[Oberon] Parts & paths.
lab.eas at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 07:25:07 CET 2017
] My solution is here.
] Someone else might have a fully automated solution.
Thanks, I'll be using your Aos documentation to ease the way.
]> Does Inet connect via the Linux underlying system; ie. connect via Linux,
]> and use Aos' inet facilities?
] Works perfectly. Sections on email in the same page.
I want to use this as a further example of the power of the functional
[has input & output]/piping pradigm:
Piping is "modularisation in the time domain".
I.e. the actions/functions are divided into a sequence,
which allows the user to limit his concern to ONE aspect at a time.
There's no need to consider the complex details of secure tunnelling
for gmail, if the system doesn't connect to inet at the simplest level.
So I confirmed that it does.
Then before I try to setup the Mail.Panel [I preferred to use TextMail
in the days of NativeOberon], I'll re-activate my dummy M$pook Email,
and use that for testing/evolving the secure-tunnel ability,
because Gmail, absurdly just cuts-off your account if it sees
unfamiliar activity, which experimenting will cause.
*PIPING* is also a form of successive-refinement:
you limit your attention to one stage; starting from the first-stage
-of-the-conceptual-pipe. Which may be "is the computer's power on"?
== Chris Glur.
On 1/21/17, peter at easthope.ca <peter at easthope.ca> wrote:
> From: eas lab <lab.eas at gmail.com>
> Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2017 08:11:43 +0200
>> Oberon.Text file has a default font size field.
>> When I changed that and re-launched Oberon from inside Aos, there was no
>> corresponding font change in the new-Oberon launch.
> My solution is here.
> Someone else might have a fully automated solution.
>> Does Inet connect via the Linux underlying system; ie. connect via Linux,
>> and use Aos' inet facilities?
> Works perfectly. Sections on email in the same page.
> ... Lyall E.
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