This night I'm going to take the work I've been doing and build the first version for an actual E.V's client (it was adjudicated today, I've been told).
I passed part of last night and all morning fighting to correct the effects of some bugs that appeared (one of them was in some old code, done in March/April, and that had never revealed itself yet -- but that one might explained why some previous work, then, failed to work as expected, I believe. Well, I'll check on this latter, anyway).
But they are corrected now and 4th-HTML has gone from version 0.025 to 0.030.
Another thing I'll have to workout this night is why wen I read the configuration file with the values for a specific user, they don't end up in the required variables, they just aren't anywhere.
I think that I'll might having a side effect (or behavior) of the GForth running environment, but I must understand why it happens like this, so I can go forward.
I've been confirming all I already knew about CGIs and although they are hard to program (and, specially, very, very hard to debug), they have a lot of potential.
And if I had already my 4th-HTML like I have it planned, no doubly I would be able to do more in less time!
Well, I don't have the time to dedicate solely to it's development so I'll have to get it along while I am developing applications over it, which is quite much more complex but can give works to be seen while I'm still developing the platform....
I'm going out for a while, now, as I have the eyes to stressed and have to rest for a while.
Back to programming latter!