• new pl/s

    From Reaper Man@VERT to All on Mon Jul 19 06:44:00 1999

    instead of calling it programming language/synchronet
    lets try progrmaming language/sync3 or pl/s3

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  • From Angus Netfoot@VERT to Reaper Man on Tue Jul 20 05:07:00 1999
    RE: new pl/s
    BY: Reaper Man to All on Mon Jul 19 1999 01:44 pm

    instead of calling it programming language/synchronet
    lets try progrmaming language/sync3 or pl/s3

    What in heavens name are you talking about?


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  • From Reaper Man@VERT to Angus Netfoot on Tue Jul 20 13:41:00 1999
    RE: new pl/s
    BY: Angus Netfoot to Reaper Man on Tue Jul 20 1999 12:07:00

    instead of calling it programming language/synchronet
    lets try progrmaming language/sync3 or pl/s3

    What in heavens name are you talking about?

    someone quoted a message talking about a new programming standard for baja the uses a different compiler to allow speial manouvers that can be compiled into standard baja commands...

    its a few messages back (and is LONG)

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  • From Angus Netfoot@VERT to Reaper Man on Wed Jul 21 02:21:00 1999
    RE: new pl/s
    BY: Reaper Man to Angus Netfoot on Tue Jul 20 1999 08:41 pm

    instead of calling it programming language/synchronet
    lets try progrmaming language/sync3 or pl/s3

    What in heavens name are you talking about?

    someone quoted a message talking about a new programming standard for baja t uses a different compiler to allow speial manouvers that can be compiled int standard baja commands...

    Oh I see...

    its a few messages back (and is LONG)

    Yes, I wrote it about 2 years ago. It was a theoretical discussion. AFAIK there is no ongoing effort to develop a BAJA++ language.


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  • From Reaper Man@VERT to Angus Netfoot on Wed Jul 21 08:00:00 1999
    RE: new pl/s
    BY: Angus Netfoot to Reaper Man on Wed Jul 21 1999 09:21:00

    its a few messages back (and is LONG)

    Yes, I wrote it about 2 years ago. It was a theoretical discussion. AFAIK there is no ongoing effort to develop a BAJA++ language.

    well it sounded good...
    so, what kind of support will the new version allow for external modules?
    also, I have this curiosity, that a plugin can be made with a inetnet ready app that the bbs can connect to and exchange data???
    i mean, after all its just text right?

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  • From Angus Netfoot@VERT to Reaper Man on Thu Jul 22 01:40:00 1999
    RE: new pl/s
    BY: Reaper Man to Angus Netfoot on Wed Jul 21 1999 03:00 pm

    so, what kind of support will the new version allow for external modules?

    Well if the system is 100% scriptable, there is no part of the system that a dedicated SysOp couldn't change to suit his tastes. Also, external modules would consist of any programs that interacted predictably with the rest of the system. IOW, you could write a module to do anything in any language you liked.

    also, I have this curiosity, that a plugin can be made with a inetnet ready that the bbs can connect to and exchange data???

    What is an "inetnet" ? I tried replacing the word with "internet" and the sentence didn't make much sense then either. Please explain a little better what you have in mind!

    i mean, after all its just text right?

    Some operating systems (Unix, for example) do not distinguish between 'text' and 'non-text'. Everything is just DATA!



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  • From Reaper Man@VERT to Angus Netfoot on Thu Jul 22 06:41:00 1999
    RE: new pl/s
    BY: Angus Netfoot to Reaper Man on Thu Jul 22 1999 08:40:00

    also, I have this curiosity, that a plugin can be made with a inetnet rea that the bbs can connect to and exchange data???

    What is an "inetnet" ? I tried replacing the word with "internet" and the sentence didn't make much sense then either. Please explain a little better what you have in mind!

    my definition of internet ready is a program that communicates via tcp/ip
    where a external mod can communicate with the bbs via its own port, or a
    port that listens for externals... To me that sounds simple, but thats why
    I'm asking...

    i mean, after all its just text right?

    Some operating systems (Unix, for example) do not distinguish between 'text' and 'non-text'. Everything is just DATA!

    when I say text, I really am refering to anything I can stick into a string cariable or an array of type char.


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