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Date: 2004-04-16 (18:44)
From: Kenneth Knowles <kknowles@b...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] build tools - good vs. fast, both cheap

> I'm against make. It just isn't necessary. Make is for C developers,
> not Ocaml package installation.

So, in a similar system I'll call "MagicScript," because I'm talking
hypothetically, not particularly about Interscript:

* Efficient recompilation:  Use a makefile tangler?  Include a "make"
  python/OCaml module?  If either of these, then "MagicScript" should provide

* Typical "automake" actions: build, install, uninstall, etc - should be
  generated from metadata by "MagicScript" so I don't re-invent those wheels.


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