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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:

> Vitaly Lugovsky wrote:
> > P.S. Maybe, all that we need, is a RAD tool for ocaml? It can
> > look like a better module finder ("module name" -> "file name" is not
> > a good idea. Paths in Java is much better), and a lot of reusable
> > modules for common tasks (database, GUI)...
> 
> 	There already is one: the lablbrowser. It's quite
> good functionally -- but the interface sucks.

 But module naming system is left unchanged there... So, it's not a RAD
tool. I talk about RAD as a "rapid application development tool", not
as a "GUI IDE". I tried findlib, but it also not an ideal, it's too
complex and is not well integrated with Ocaml system itself.  :(

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   V.S.Lugovsky aka Mauhuur (http://ontil.ihep.su/~vsl) (UIN=45482254)