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From: Krishnaswami, Neel <neelk@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Libraries in the distribution
Markus Mottl [] wrote:
> Development of "social tools" would certainly be very beneficial for
> industrial use: fewer hassles for employed programmers, more available
> software, potentially more OCaml-programmers that can be hired, etc.
> I don't think it would be terribly expensive to let somebody 
> do it. The Consortium should be very interested in funding such efforts.

Speaking of social tools, I've noticed that a lot of OCaml packages
all have TeX documentation with a certain common style. Are those
style files available publically anywhere, and if so, could someone
point me to them? I've held off contributing some packages because 
I don't want to write documentation that "looks wrong". 

Neel Krishnaswami
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