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From: Vitaly Lugovsky <vsl@o...>
Subject: Re: When functional languages can be accepted by industry?
On Thu, 20 Apr 2000, Max Skaller wrote:

> >  But stupid "industry" don't like TeX. :(
> > They wants HTML or somthing like that. Is there any HTML output
> > formatter for ocamlweb? Industry knows nothing about literate
> > programming, as well as about many other progressive technologies.
> 
> Industry is not stupid, it is simply governed by different motives.

 And all that motives are very far from pure science. That's why 
I call'em  stupid. Market will never create an ideal technology, 
'cause there is no advanced evolution criteria - only crowd 
requests.

> I'm using 
>
> 	a) ocaml -- an advanced programming language
> 	b) interscript -- an advanced literate programming tool

 Hm... Where can I take a look at 'interscript'? I'm using
ocamlweb for now, it looks better then generic, language independent
literate tools like noweb, but I did not heared about interscript.
Any URL?

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