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From: skaller <skaller@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Delaying module initialization
On Sat, 2004-03-27 at 22:18, Xavier Leroy wrote:

> J. Skaller unhelpfully suggests:
> > Hassle the ocaml team for generation of shared libraries?
> Shared libs will definitely not help here (and elsewhere).  

I beg to differ, and I have 2-3 years experience with this
in the Vyper Python interpreter written
in Ocaml .. which was abandoned in part due to the lack of
dynamic loading: in this case I needed dynamic loading AND
native code compilation. :(

> (As far as "hassling" goes, this will only reinforce my conviction
> that shared libraries are useless.  So, don't do that.)

"Hassling" is just a colloquial term of endearment. 
I don't get annoyed because I can't read French.
I speak a foreign language too, namely 'Strine. :D

John Skaller,
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