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From: Oliver Bandel <oliver@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] MinCaml: an educational compiler for tiny ML subset (documented in Japanese)
On Thu, Mar 03, 2005 at 05:26:52PM -0500, Eijiro Sumii wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I have implemented a simple but efficient compiler from a tiny ML
> subset to the SPARC assembly language.
> 
>   http://min-caml.sourceforge.net/min-caml.tar.gz

Wow, thanks.

> 
> The primary purpose is advanced education: the compiler is well
> documented (only in Japanese for now, unfortunately)

OK, that's good for getting some impression on using ocamlyac too.


[...]
> So, please take a look if you are interested.  Even if you don't
> understand Japanese, you may be able to understand OCaml!:-)

Well, just some weeks ago I started learning japanese.
So, I can read hiragana (not fluently, but with some work...)
but that only is a small part.
But so your project is good for learning japanese language too,
not only in exploring ocaml-programming/ocamlyacc-usage.



Regards,
    Oliver


P.S.: I'm looking for free fonts (postscript-fonts, if possible) for
      hiragana/katkana/kanji.  Can you give me a hint, where to find
      it?! Thanks...