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From: Erol Akarsu <eakarsu@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] speed
Hi All,

What is the best way to access to huge Java libraries created so far from ocaml?
I am looking for efficient way, easy-to-write wrappers. I am actually intersted in
accessing to Web services utilities , RDF parsers and some multiagent libraries
all written java.

Thanks

Erol Akarsu

Sven Luther wrote:

> On Thu, Jan 02, 2003 at 12:52:25PM -0500, Chet Murthy wrote:
> >
> > Not to contradict Xavier, because in essence, he is right -- Caml is
> > indeed far faster than Java on any realistic applications in almost
> > any area I have ever bothered to try -- but the story as to Java is
> > actually rather complicated.
> >
> > (1) different JDKs exhibit remarkably different results on real-world
> > examples, as their implementors have different backgrounds.  I
> > remember that the first JITs all did great on integer and
> > floating-point loops, and that was _it_ -- the rest of the time, they
> > were often slower than just a hack like inlining interpreter
> > code-segments.  This is just a human thing.
>
> Do you have any idea how gcj does, compared to ocamlopt maybe ? After
> all, if i am not wrong, both generate native code.
>
> Friendly,
>
> Sven Luther
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