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From: charles@laposte <charles.lehalle@l...>
Subject: [Caml-list] ocamaweb release 6.01
A new version (6.01) of OCAMAWEB is available at sourceforge :

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=66639

It's a litterate programming tool written in ocaml and that can be used on  
any language having comment marks of one character (I deeply think about  
an upgrade to *any* language).
It is used for more that 2 years at MIRIAD Technologies, where it is used  
to comment algorithmic code.
config files exist for awk and r-project languages, and I will soon tune  
one for the SAS macro programming language.

feel free to use, read and comment the code (It is based on my first ocaml  
experience, so I know that I should build a fully new version as soon as  
possible : advices are welcome...).

charles

-- 
Charles-Albert LEHALLE
charles@lehalle.net
keyserver: http://pgp.mit.edu/
Such is the advantage of a well constructed language that its simplified  
notation often becomes the source of profound theories.
  In N. Rose
de Laplace, Pierre-Simon (1749 - 1827) In Mathematical Maxims and Minims,  
, Raleigh NC:Rome Press Inc., 1988.

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