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From: David MENTRE <david.mentre@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] How INRIA people envision OCaml's parallel future?
[ Last email, I swear it! ;-) ]

Hello,

2005/6/24, David MENTRE <david.mentre@gmail.com>:
> Anyway, INRIA people have already worked on those issues and had
> proposals. It is just that they feel it was not worth the trouble, *at
> that time*:
> http://groups.google.com/groups?q=doligez+parallel+GC+caml-list&hl=fr&lr=&selm=fa.dlqoshv.1a66ho7%40ifi.uio.no&rnum=2

>From private and public emails, it appears that I have fed an old troll. 

My intent is not to start another thread about GC and threading. My
intent is to know how, in a short future, I could efficiently use a
moderately SMP machine by writing pure OCaml code.

It could be with typed channels between unix processes, by modifying
the GC, by using concurrent constructs within the language, ... I
don't know so this is why I'm asking it here.

Yours,
d.