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Re: requesting code for updated udanax green
- To: udanax@xxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: requesting code for updated udanax green
- From: ED5BAF61B141 FE1829D7F63FF817756D <ed5baf61b141fe1829d7f63ff817756d@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2004 21:33:57 -0700 (PDT)
- In-reply-to: <BE825721-885A-11D8-95D4-000A27985218@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I think it runs on generic UNIX. eventually, yes. if written with generic UNIX in mind, it should run on Mac OSX.
I personally have tried out green and got it to work before cygwin on my machine died. I have replaced it but it no longer works. I was in hopes of finding a copy of green which does run on any machine, so that I may demonstrate its capabilities.
as well as finding variants of the original green source code. each variant shows the system at a different angle. the more angles, I have the easier it will be to see what is the same in all of them. I had found a way of using the capabilities green already has. you have to accept the limitations to see beyond them. the limitation I accept now is that the backend will only run on one machine with many frontends connecting, but this may not always be so.
I have a thought of a few things. I would add to green freezable documents. a frozen document is a document which can no longer change, so trying to edit it, automatically creates a new version. I have also figured out how to add a primitive search engine but to do that requires a data structure representing a catalog index to which document indexes can be added and removed dynamically. I have not found such a data structure but one probably exists, or could probably be derived from a much more primitive data structure.
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