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From: Dustin Sallings <dustin@s...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Dynamically evaluating OCaml code

On Apr 8, 2004, at 0:52, Ville-Pertti Keinonen wrote:

> To add another point why OCaml is a pragmatic and usable language - 
> OCaml has far better platform support than some even more established 
> languages.  It's the only language I might choose for my personal 
> projects other than C/C++ that supports native code for all of the 
> relevant platforms I currently have access to.  I have FreeBSD/amd64, 
> FreeBSD/x86, Linux/x86 and MacOS X machines, all of which run OCaml 
> fine, and use various machines at work that should be supported 
> (although the last time I tried, the CVS version built and worked on 
> Tru64 but not Solaris/SPARC or HP-UX/PA).

	I've got a recent compiler built for SunOS 4.1.4 (sun4c).  That was a 
pretty big bonus for me.  It took a little hacking, but ocamlopt works.

	Unfortunately, I end up doing a lot of my professional work in 
platform independent languages like Java (a recent enough-to-be-useful 
version of which only runs on a few of my computers).

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