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Date: 2001-05-13 (20:59)
From: John Max Skaller <skaller@o...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] CDK binary release
Fabrice Le Fessant wrote:

> >  Out of curiosity, who wants to be reading Ocaml documentation through man
> >  pages?  I would think HTML and texinfo would both be nicer formats to work
> >  with. Is there some advantage that I'm missing?
> You mean that, because you don't like man pages, nobody like them ?

	Actually, it would be nice to have man pages for each
Ocaml module. It is faster to say:

	man  ocaml-list

to check the order of arguments to List.fold_left (newbie, aren't I :-)
or the names (if using label mode) than fiddle around with a browser:
and doesn't need a mouse. 

	I have the C standard on paper and online.
but I often use 'man memcpy' when I forget the order
of arguments :-)

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