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Date: 2002-10-05 (13:33)
From: Michel Mauny <Michel.Mauny@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Camlp4 (Was: Pattern matching and strings)
Alessandro Baretta wrote/écrivait (Oct 04 2002, 09:38PM +0200):
> I really must get around to learning Camlp4. Why did no one 
> teach it to me when I was at the X?

Any X teacher around? :-)

Daniel gave his personal point of view about what should be the status
of Camlp4, whereas the question was why teachers at École
Polytechnique didn't include Camlp4 in their OCaml courses. Slightly
different matters.

As a consequence, let me repeat that Camlp4 is still part of the OCaml
distribution, as all of you noticed. Even though the process of
updating Camlp4 in the CVS OCaml tree is more painful than before, the
camlp4 and the ocaml/camlp4 trees get merged at least at each

So, there is no reason so far to worry about the status of OCaml

Daniel de Rauglaudre wrote/écrivait (Oct 05 2002, 02:42PM +0200):
> On Sat, Oct 05, 2002 at 02:47:34PM +0200, Sven LUTHER wrote:
> > Will the streams be again part of ocaml then, or not ?
> This can be discussed with the OCaml team.


Michel Mauny
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