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REBOL

REBOL (Relative Expression-Based Object Language) is a messaging language developed by the designer of the Amiga OS, Carl Sassenrath. REBOL is currently serving as the platform for REBOL/Express, a distributed computing application for the Internet that consists of REBOL/Link on the client side and REBOL/Server, a lightweight management server that compliments the existing web server. The REBOL/Core kernel runs on over 40 different operating systems, supports most third-party applications and data sources, and enables direct P2P connections, file synchronization, collaboration and messaging. A technical overview, FAQ and a selection of application downloads for REBOL are also available for review.

Date Listed: 04/06/2001

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