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From: Max Skaller <maxs@i...>
Subject: Re: Reverse-Engineering Bytecode: A Possible Commercial Objection To O'Caml
Daniel Ortmann wrote:
> 
> Sirs,
> 
> With the intent of furthering the practical commercial use of O'Caml, or at
> least eliminating some possible objections to its use ...  I submit the
> following observations and questions for your consideration:

The issues raised so far (where I work and use Ocaml) were:

	1) no one here knows it
	2) possible licence restrictions

Since I use the native code compiler exclusively,
there's no current problem involving bytecode.

BTW: people here read books. An English Ocaml book would provide
very strong support for industrial use.

-- 
John (Max) Skaller at OTT [Open Telecommications Ltd]
mailto:maxs@in.ot.com.au      -- at work
mailto:skaller@maxtal.com.au  -- at home