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From: David MENTRE <dmentre@l...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] MinCaml English Documentation
Hello,

First of all, a big thank to you for releasing your mini-caml compiler
under a free license. I always wanted to dive into Caml compiler
intricacies but was feared by its size. The size of MinCaml makes
possible to study it.

Eijiro Sumii <eijiro_sumii@anet.ne.jp> writes:

> I've uploaded a (rather quick) translation of my MinCaml compiler
> tutorial:
>
>   http://min-caml.sourceforge.net/index-e.html

I noticed that the different english comment are available as different
pages (1->N).

  http://min-caml.sourceforge.net/tutorial-mincaml-1.eng.htm

Do you have all of them in the same file ? (otherwise I'll just play
with wget :)

>> I'd prioritise data types next, and pattern matching (of course) if that is 
>> not implemented already.

I would also like to have a GC in addition of data types and pattern
matching. 

Depending on wether you want to teach GC or just use it, either we could
write one or use OCaml's one.

Yours,
d.
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