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From: Ilias Lazaridis <ilias@l...>
Subject: [EVALUATION] - E01: The Java Failure - May OCAML Helps?
A cooperation between Sun Microsystems and IBM&Co. in conjunction with
liberal & high evolutive communities would result in an nearly
unbeatable programming platform.

My evaluation has shown: this is a non achievable goal, as stubborness
and egoism rules - instead of reason and cooperation.

Thus I leave all those ridiculous folks behind, which will continue to
do an excellent job in keeping the very promising JAVA platform far
below the technological level it could be


Of course It's a sad day.

Censorship (NetBeans, Eclipse) has forced me to move.

No platform is _really_ open, thus I cannot build on them:


"I'm sure there is one community out there which will realize immediatly
the benefits of an high-evolutive system. "


source: [messages within thread]

[JAVA] [EVALUATION] - The Java Failure (Sorry: The Java(tm) Failure)


During the 6 months evaluation i've extracted several constructs.

"How it should be to become high evolutive"


I don't know OCAML.

Basicly I would like to do everything in C++.

But development must go quicker.


Possibly it's time to structure OCAML projects in a way similar to
Sun's Java, NetBeans and especially IBM&Co's Eclipse (but of course more
efficient and evolutive): and similar standards should (whenever possible) be used.

Companies in the Embedded World should be intrested in an OCAML osgi

[Note: i've not verified technical and legal applicability]


osgi is just a detail.

The goal would be: to make a high competitive andhigh evolutive
programming platform / Rich Client Platform based on OCAML.


My question is essentially:

How many of those constructs are already supported by OCAML (and the
surrounding open-source-projects):


Please notify the people within the relevant OCAML communities about
this thread.