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From: Basile STARYNKEVITCH <basile.starynkevitch@c...>
Subject: Q: Caml toplevel thru Web (HTTP or CGI)?

Hello All,

I am an OCaml promoter inside my organization (thousands of physicists & 
numericians)

I would like to set a demo (available thru our intranet) usable by
anyone (people have Win95 PCs and Unix workstation). The most sexy
approach would be a Ocaml (or even a tiny CAML subset)
interactive toplevel interpreter thru Web (HTML forms).

I looked inside ocaml-2.00/toplevel and it seems to me that changing
the read compile execute print loop is not really trivial...

Did anyone coded such a thing?

Otherwise, I'll switch to a telnet session -essentially a guestcaml
login whose shell is Ocaml (with a security wrapper doing chroot
etc...)

Thanks for reading.

N.B. Any opinions expressed here are onely mine, and not of my organization.
N.B. Les opinions exprimees ici me sont personnelles et n engagent pas le CEA.

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