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From: Miles Egan <miles@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocaml complexity
On Fri, Jun 08, 2001 at 01:22:44PM -0700, Chris Hecker wrote:
> Do people actually see the current "market penetration" of ocaml as a problem?
> One big problem would be if INRIA didn't think it was popular enough to
> continue funding it, but anything short of that is not disasterous.  We might
> get more libraries and whatnot with more people, but there would be downsides
> to more popularity as well.

I certainly don't think Ocaml's popularity or lack thereof is a problem and I
agree there advantages in letting it grow at its own pace.  I'm mainly
interested in increasing its market penetration where I work so I can stop
writing Python code.

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