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Short update on Cheyenne rc1 status

Nenad Rakocevic - Softinnov
31-Jul-2007 13:28:53 GMT

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As you might have noticed, the development and releases cycle rate has reduce since a couple of weeks because I'm now only part time on Cheyenne. I've been called to work on some big projects for new customers, so I'll be able to work on REBOL projects only 1 or 2 days per week. That was the "bad" news. The good news is that Cheyenne is very close to 1.0 release candidate 1!

I've been working these last weeks, part time, on the Cheyenne administration web-based console, it took me a lot of time to come up with the UI design that best suit my needs, and it still needs a lot of work to be finished. I'm not sure that this administration application will make it for 1.0. Here are some screenshots of the work-in-progress (click to enlarge):


If all goes well, the 1.0 rc1 should be released next Sunday. Then the true beta stage will start until the 1.0 gets stable enough for production (I guess a month would be enough to fix all major bugs). In the meantime, I'll produce the longly awaited documentation.


21-Aug-2007 12:49:50
This looks amazing. I haven't kept up with development, but I'll be sure to track this in the future.
31-Aug-2007 7:01:58
We will be waiting. I agree with Henrik - THIS LOOKS AMAZING
11-Sep-2007 10:29:18
Do you need some help? We can help you with markup UI ajax, just send a letter to sergeevvv At g mail Dot com
15-Sep-2007 8:20:47
it really suited my needs, i want MORE.
3-Dec-2007 1:32:57
Hi. I just successfully installed cheyenne on my Centos Linux server. This is a great breakthrough. I hope you find time to complete 1.0 soon. In the meantime, kudos, thanx, and keep up the good work! Elan
3-Dec-2007 7:08:45
Hi. How do I run Cheyenne as a background process under Linux? I want it to continue operating after I close the terminal window. TIA, Elan.
15-Dec-2007 11:21:38
Hi Vitaly,

Thanks very much for the offering. The control panel first release will be simple HTML with almost no javascript (I want to be able to access it from a text-only browser like Lynx in console-mode). I may AJAX-ify the UI once I'll build our own AJAX/RSP handler. In the meantime, if you come up with a good modified AJAX UI, I might propose it as an alternative skin for Cheyenne users.
15-Dec-2007 11:27:34
Usually, in production, I use the encapped version, so I run it with the following command line :

./cheyenne &

If you're using the source version, try with :

rebol -qws cheyenne.r &


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