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From: Benjamin Pierce <bcpierce@d...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Functional Reactive Programming in OCaml?
> you can look at Lucid Synchrone (http://www-spi.lip6.fr/lucid-synchrone/),
> a functional language dedicated to reactive programming. The syntax is
> OCaml's and the compiler produces OCaml code (combining both languages is
> easy).
> ...
> You can write Fran-like code quite easily (I had some examples which I
> can try to find if you're interested).

Yes, I would be interested if you can dig them up.  I'm surprised, though --
I had the impression from the homepage that Lucid-Synchrone was a clocked
language and could not deal with continuous time.

    - Benjamin

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