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From: brogoff@s...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Object-oriented access bottleneck
On Mon, 8 Dec 2003, Brian Hurt wrote:
> I'm writting a place and route program in Ocaml, and hitting a lot of
> places where I'd like to express things as objects.

Now there's an interesting discussion! Where in your design do you
want objects, if you don't mind my asking? What design style (custom,
standard cell,  FPGA, ...) is your P&R program intended to address?

My admittedly narrow minded bias based EDA tasks is that I'd rather have
a more powerful system of records than what OCaml currently has, instead
of classes, and that when I do write code with classes, it's not really using
late-binding/open-recursion.

If you're into EDA though, there are quite a few APIs based on C++ and now
Java and Python (I'm thinking of OpenAccess here) which may pressure anyone
writing OCaml bindings into a "me tOO" design.

-- Brian


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