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From: Erik de Castro Lopo <ocaml-erikd@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Cross-compiling OCaml
On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 23:49:35 +0100
Jon Harrop <> wrote:

> I am under the impression that French Copyright laws make this difficult. 
> IIRC, there was a post by Xavier long ago...

Anybody have a pointer to this?

> Would it be a good idea to have a replacement instead of a supplement? 

I'm really comparing the situation with Python. If I write some
Python code, I KNOW that there are about 100 modules (including
some pretty esoteric stuff see
that are GUARANTEED to be available at any destination which has
Python included.

The guaranteed availablity of huge variety of modules is something
I really miss in O'Caml, and thats on top of the fact that even
the standard modules have missing components like I pointed out
in the my earlier email in this thread.

  Erik de Castro Lopo (Yes it's valid)
"The X-files is too optimistic. The truth is not out there."
-- Anthony Ord

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