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From: MikhailFedotov <mikhail@k...>
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] mod_ocaml
> > I've been told about a mod_ocaml for apache, available at
> >
> >
> > I have not tested it, but I thought a lot of people might be
> > interested. If some of you try it, can you tell us if it works ?
> Well, I haven't built a real application with it, but I have
> produced a few simple pages, and it worked fine for that.
> I was a little disappointed because I was hoping for
> something that allowed using arbitrary OCaml code; mod_ocaml
> only supports an embedding scripting model:
>   <?ocml <html> do_stuff () ;; </html> ?>
> but it looks like a good tool for quick-and-dirty dynamic Web sites.

It seems that mod_ocaml strips last line of source if there is no
symbol at the end. I.e. if all your html file is in one line, it


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