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From: Seth Kurtzberg <seth@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Ocaml Object-Oriented database?

I've done some work in this direction, although with an object-relational database, not an OODB.  I'm convinced that the OODB concept is fatally flawed.

There is no show stopper in the language as far as database implementation goes.  Well, there are some issues but nothing that can't be cured by adding a method or two to the file classes.

On Sat, 5 Jul 2003 18:00:47 +0200
Sadruddin Rejeb <> wrote:

> Hello,
> I just discovered OCaml a month ago, and I'm beginning to love it. I would 
> like to know if anyone on this list ever thought of implementing an 
> Object-Oriented database (à la ZODB) in O'Caml. Do you think it's not too 
> hardly feasible? Is there any show-stopper in the language to prevent this?
> I'm thinking a Zope-equivalent in O'Caml would be a killer app...
> Regards,
> Sad
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