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From: Benjamin C. Pierce <bcpierce@s...>
Subject: Re: Building a cross-compiling ocaml
> HAs anyone been so crazy as to try to build a palm pilot version of ocaml ? or
> even a TI 89/92 version ? todays palm come with 8MB of memory, this is
> plentifull for an caml toplevel. the TI version could cause more problems
> (having only ~500kb memory i think).
> both of these computer use a 68000, or some modified version thereof, so it
> should be possible to reuse the m68k code that is already in ocaml.

Alternatively: has anybody tried an EPOC port?  I just saw mark Jones'
HUGS interpreter running on a Psion Revo, and the author of the port
claimed it was quite easy...