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Date: 2004-04-15 (23:50)
From: Brandon J. Van Every <vanevery@i...>
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] Re: GODI vs. Ocamake
Kenneth Knowles wrote:
> Ranting against autoconf is off-topic

Not really, considering the future of OCaml build tools is under

> and uninteresting.

To you.

> I support it, and *don't* think it is a good idea
> to create your own from scratch each time.

So this devolves into an aesthetic / woulda coulda shoulda argument.
When the time comes, count me on the side of those who want to see
everything done in OCaml.  I'd put up with interim steps to get there,
I'm Python-friendly.

> so let's drop that rant as well, and try to be a bit more
> productive.

Productive would be, you go do your thing, we'll go do ours.  Enough
talk.  We know where our lines of disagreement are.

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Brandon Van Every               Seattle, WA

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