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From: Markus Mottl <mottl@m...>
Subject: [Caml-list] (fwd) Re: Academia isn't interested...
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From: (Mark Carroll)
Newsgroups: comp.lang.functional
Subject: Re: Academia isn't interested...
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Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2001 16:59:05 GMT
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In article <997v7r$k71$>,
Markus Mottl  <> wrote:
>Furthermore, if you have Cygwin you can make full use of the native code
>compiler under Windows. Even the whole Unix-library is portable then! So

You may want to update,
then, given the "A Microsoft Windows ... port ... is
distributed. ... the native-code compiler needs the Microsoft MASM
assembler and Visual C++ compiler."

This is one of the reasons I hadn't gone with OCaml to date. Some
Haskell and ML things seem quite close to where they have to be before
I'll think about using them commercially; I just wish I could choose
the best from each different compiler and union these things
together. (-:

-- Mark
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Markus Mottl,,
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