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From: Oleg <oleg_inconnu@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] objective caml and industry
On Friday 30 August 2002 10:26 pm, John Max Skaller wrote:
> The coming English translation of the new O'Reilly Ocaml
> book is the most significant step forward here since
> Bagley's Shootout showed Ocaml is the top performing
> language after C.

While Bagley's Shootout was good PR because of its Slashdot exposure, as I 
mentioned recently [1], Bagley confuses doubly-linked lists and deques, and 
then goes on to benchmark C++ doubly-linked list against O'Caml pre-allocated 
array. I don't want to say anything about scientific integrity, since I think 
INRIA simply overlooked the poor quality and extreme lopsidedness of the 
Shootout (They reference it on O'Caml's front page)


The Shootout page I referenced changed a bit since Aug 19, 2002, but, still, 
it was the misleading results that were publicized.
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