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From: Francois Rouaix <Francois.Rouaix@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ipv6, any news?
Back in 1997 or so, Francis Dupont wrote a layer of C to interface IPv6 
calls to Caml. IIRC, the OCaml API was mostly unchanged (compared to 
usual Unix network API), and hence a few of the network apps we had in 
those days (especially MMM and the V6 proxy) were then used 
(essentially as-is) in IPv6 interoperability tests on FreeBSD.
Maybe Francis still has some code in a drawer :
might get you enough pieces to put it back together...

On Monday, Oct 20, 2003, at 15:11 Europe/Paris, Xavier Leroy wrote:

>> I'm wondering if there's any news on the ipv6 front.  I understand 
>> that
>> 3.07 has no support in it.  I've been getting some complaints from 
>> users
>> of my software looking for IPv6, and I'm wondering what other people 
>> are
>> doing to provide such support.
> No IPv6 support yet.  It would be a worthwhile addition, but I admit
> to have no familiarity with the IPv6 API.  I got the impression that 
> there
> are some variations on the IPv6 API among Unix systems, which would be
> a pain, but I may be wrong.
> - Xavier Leroy
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