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2009-12-12
by earl, 3625 days ago
Carl Sassenrath released a first Linux version of the "REBOL 3 Host Kit", which "allows developers to compile and link an R3 executable". And yes, it even compiles on my 64-bit Ubuntu 9.10 (after adding -m32 to the makefile):

$ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=. ./core -q --do 'print system/version'
System object protected
2.100.96.4.2

It's roughly 7300 (wc -l) lines of C (including headers), some of it autogenerated, along with a 400K binary blob (libr3.so) making up the interpreter core.
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