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From: Michael Schuerig <schuerig@a...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] poll - need for a good introductory OCaml book
On Thursday 13 March 2003 09:33, Daniel M. Albro wrote:
> We just need to get O'Reilly to publish
> the English version (and there are still a few exercise solutions to
> translate into English).

Admittedly, I haven't read the book, but my understanding is that this 
book is based on OCaml 2.x. Is it really such a good idea to publish it 
as is when OCaml has been at version 3.x for quite some time now?

I guess, I'm trying to make a "marketing" (shudder) point. No matter how 
good and useful the book is, it'll be harder to pitch it (and OCaml) to 
people willing to learn a new language, when at the same time you'd 
have to say "it's based on an earlier version of the language, but 
that's not important".


Michael Schuerig                 Not only does lightning not strike          twice, it usually doesn't strike once.  --Salman Rushdie, "Fury"

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