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    Post #: 60
    Post type: Page
    Date: 2010-12-04 18:31:22.000
    Author: Jeremy Reimer
    Tags: Monarch

    <h3>Monarch Content Engine</h3>
    <ul><li>Version 2.01 (February 2013 - Rockets Edition)</li></ul>
    <h3>Development Team</h3>
    <ul><li>Jeremy Reimer</li></ul>
    <h3>Development Platform</h3>
    <ul><li>newLISP 10.2.8 - front end coding</li>
    <li>newLISP on Rockets 0.32 - web framework</li>
    <li>SQLite 3.7.3 - back-end database</li></ul>

    AllYorBaseRBelong2Us on 2010-12-05 06:27:42.000

    This flog (forum + blog) is brought to you by the letters 'S', 'M', and 'A', with 'M' pulling double duty.

    rkh on 2011-09-08 10:50:50.000

    Hi Jeremy, do you offer the code for monarch to whomever asks (like me!)? I'd love to see the code and run it. Don't know what your license or disposition for it is, but please drop a line at my email (your DB should have it), or answer here, if you're inclined. Thanks a lot!

    Best, --Rick
    (rickyboy at newlisp forum)

    Jeremy Reimer on 2011-09-08 21:57:46.000

    Hi Rick!

    The source code is not available at this time. It's sort of grungy code due to my developing it while I was learning both newlisp and web programming in general at the same time.

    Thanks for the interest, though!

    rkh on 2011-09-09 06:48:42.000

    Hi, Jeremy. That's cool. I understand completely. Grungy or not, your code is quite effective in producing what you wanted: seemless integration of blogging and message boarding, and the ability to fully customize your site. Kudos! --Rick

    Jeremy Reimer on 2012-12-07 15:06:53.000

    For those looking for source code for a very suspiciously similar content management system also written in newLISP, you can look here:

    Jeremy Reimer on 2013-02-21 14:25:15.000

    I've now moved Monarch over to newLISP on Rockets, so it shares a core framework with the open-source blog/content engine that is available at the link above.

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