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From: Oleg Trott <oleg_trott@c...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Data Structure Libraries (was: Two types of efficiency)
On Monday 05 May 2003 12:38 pm, Diego Olivier Fernandez Pons wrote:

> The Map and the Set modules of the standard library in Caml are a good
> starting point : they may not be as complete as you would have liked,
> of course but they will improve with time.
> Keep in mind that designing a data structure library is a hard work :
> Chris Okasaki, Ralf Hinze and a lot of others have failed ; 

In what sense? Perhaps you have a very inclusive definition of failure :) 

> Baire has
> not even been released after 1 year of work, 

I understand that you are not designing new algorithms, but coding up ones 
that are well-known. If so, what is the limiting factor in your work: trying 
to anticipate what features users might and might not need?


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