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Date: 2002-05-17 (07:48)
From: Michel Mauny <Michel.Mauny@i...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Camlp4/OCaml
Dear all,

I'd like to stop this thread for several reasons:

  1. the *really* bad idea here is to implicate (use?) OCaml users in
     this debate where personal issues overcome technical ones;

  2. There is no such decision, official or not. Daniel's message reflects
     only his personal point of view (and current mood).

  3. Daniel, I am sorry, but you are not the one who decides what is
     official and what is not.

Daniel, if you want to reply to this message, please do it to me

OCaml users and friends, if and when this problem that we (INRIA
folks) are facing will get solved, you'll be notified if the solution
changes something in the OCaml tree and/or the development model. If
you hear nothing about that, consider it as being good news.

Sincere apologies for this noise.


-- Michel Mauny, (as head of the INRIA Cristal group)

Daniel de Rauglaudre wrote/écrivait (May 16 2002, 09:44PM +0200):
> On Thu, May 16, 2002 at 03:39:45PM -0400, John Prevost wrote:
> > Really?  Why did someone decide that inclusion was a bad idea?
> I say it. Camlp4 and the attempts to improve the syntax have been
> considered *officially* by the OCaml team as a "not serious" work and a
> "loss of time". As I worried about that, and asked for more information,
> it has been confirmed by the team, moreover with several personnal attacks.
> Sorry for this "human" problem, but I cannot create and have
> imagination in my work when I am considered like that.
> Camlp4 continues and I made many changes, but in the previous CVS
> distribution, directory "camlp4", no more "ocaml/camlp4". It will
> be distributed normally just after OCaml releases and perhaps with
> intermediate releases.
> -- 
> Daniel de RAUGLAUDRE
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