Google Code Search

Andre Garzia soapdog at
Sun Oct 8 13:36:10 EDT 2006


Rev stores lots of info in a SGML format, it's like the htmltext prop  
used by the fields.

But beware of opening your stacks in text editors, there is some  
binary in it, you might loose something if you save.


On Oct 8, 2006, at 2:32 PM, Luis wrote:

> <blush>
> Erm, anyone tried (on a duplicate of course) renaming a .rev file  
> to .html and opening it in a browser? Looks interesting...
> Cheers,
> Luis.
>> Viktoras Didziulis wrote:
>>> As we all know stacks in Rev are binary files with scripts as  
>>> text. My
>>> question would be is there a preferred [proper, accepted] way or any
>>> guidelines to describe RunRev projects' source so it could be  
>>> searched as a
>>> whole and imported into ReunRev RAD directly? Or should we put  
>>> extra efforts
>>> by rewriting the code manually so it could be searched by search  
>>> engines and
>>> leave it for developers to translate it to RunRev manually again?  
>>> This is
>>> not so attractive for the both sides and requires additional  
>>> efforts by
>>> those who want to share and those who would like to reuse the  
>>> shared code.  There is a brilliant idea Luis just wrote about -it  
>>> indeed would be nice to
>>> have RunRev cards and stacks (not compiled) to be described in  
>>> XML that
>>> could be directly imported into the RunRev RAD and/or searched by  
>>> search
>>> engines. I guess someone at Runtime Ltd or maybe outside has to  
>>> define the
>>> XML syntax to be used and create an XML/Transcript source code  
>>> import/export
>>> tool with existing RunRev tools. Should we try ;-) it is worth  
>>> efforts.
>>>  Best wishes Viktoras  -------Original Message-------  From: Mark  
>>> Wieder Date: 10/06/06 08:11:04 To: use- 
>>> revolution at Subject: Google Code Search  All-  I  
>>> just got pointed to Google Code Search today. Looks like a great  
>>> online tool. There's no xtalk in their otherwise great selection  
>>> of programming languages, but they're open to suggestions  
>>> (there's a feedback link)...
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