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Comments on: Splitting the system context

Carl Sassenrath, CTO
REBOL Technologies
20-Aug-2009 17:14 GMT

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As part of PITL, last month we split out the user context. This is the global environment that is used by your program (script) and the console.

Soon, we need to split out the system context. This is the global environment used by the system itself. Today, it's tucked into the system object in sub-objects such as system/intrinsics. (Back when R3 was started, this was the only place we could store system-related code.)

This is one of those tasks that needs to be done so we can finalize R3 and get it released into beta.

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Brian Hawley
21-Aug-2009 0:24:03
Get in touch with me in R3 chat. Once two more tickets are reviewed (#1207 and #1208), the module code to prepare for the split will be ready to submit.
Maxim Olivier-Adlhoch
21-Aug-2009 16:34:59
OMG... did I read "REBOL 3" and the word "Beta" in a sentence written by Carl for the first time since Paris Devcon?

;-)

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