Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 12th Sep 2008 21:31 UTC, submitted by Kaj de Vos
Syllable, AtheOS The third release of Syllable Server has been published. This is the first release that focused on making the system actually usable as a server. A number of popular servers were added and configured, and also several innovative REBOL software stacks. Out of the imaginary box, Syllable Server is now ready for such things as accepting remote SSH log-ins over the network, running a web server on the Cheyenne REBOL server, running an FTP server and several more. Special attention has been paid to programmability, with support for developing Model-View-Controller web applications in QuarterMaster and networking applications with the REBOL/Services Service Oriented Architecture. The Genode Nitpicker windowing system is also included. Read the rest in the full changelog. An extensive manual was also written. Both a BitTorrent download (preferred) and a regular download are available (80MB 7-Zip archive).
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by renox on Fri 12th Sep 2008 21:46 UTC
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I'm quite surprised that Syllable developers are apparently spending so much time on a language without a complete open source implementation (AFAIK)!

Especially since there are already very nice languages such as Scala or Ruby with fully open source implementations..

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by BrianH on Fri 12th Sep 2008 23:18 in reply to "REBOL??"
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You clearly haven't used REBOL.

Aside from that, Syllable also includes an open source REBOL clone called OSCAR. Many of the tools run on either REBOL or OSCAR, though some require one or the other. These languages are so small and tight that there is no loss in having both.

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by henrikmk on Sat 13th Sep 2008 07:50 in reply to "REBOL??"
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I believe the REBOL clone is called ORCA, not OSCAR. As of late, I was wondering about the state of ORCA as it is pretty quiet on that front?

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