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From: Chris Curtis <chriscurtis@s...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Repeat: is there a Qt binding for OCaml?
On Thu, 14 Jun 2001 15:57:44 +0900
 Jacques Garrigue <garrigue@kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp> wrote:
> Another interesting work to do is building an interface
> for Cocoa
> (Nextstep by its old name). This might prove much easier,
> since
> Objective C is more dynamic, and a closer match for
> ocaml's OO.

As the proud owner of a new G4 Macintosh running OS X, I
think I'd agree. I've spent a day or two playing in
Objective-C and Cocoa and am quite impressed. In contrast to
C++-torture, ObjC is a marvelous experience - if you really
need to do C. It's still not OCaml. :)  One of the most
interesting aspects of Cocoa/OpenStep is the Interface
Builder ... you can build, prototype, & test the GUI pieces
without any of the background code written. Being relatively
new to both Cocoa and OCaml I have no idea how hard it would
be to build that interface, but I'm sure willing to give it
a go.

--chris
Chris Curtis
Senior Consultant
Satel Corporation
<chris@satel.com>
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