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Date: 2005-11-01 (00:05)
From: Jonathan Bryant <jtbryant@v...>
Subject: Stdlib
Wow, guys.  Thanks for the responses.  That really cleared up my
question :).  I (unfortunately) have to learn some of the STL for
another project and the thought occurred to me.

On another note, I would love to do this other project in OCaml, but it
is OpenGL intensive (read: based) and LablGL drives me nuts.  The named
argument thing drives me up the wall because it's more information that
I don't want to have to learn and internalize.  If the author of that
package reads this list, then I apologize.  You've done a fantastic job
of mapping the API, but I really do not like the OCaml syntax for both
Labeled and Optional arguments in general.  Does anyone know of an
OpenGL package that is /complete/ and /not/ labeled?  There is, of
course, the option of writing a module/set of modules that use the
existing C stubs an are not labled, but that would be a last-ditch


--Jonathan Bryant
  Student Intern
  Unix System Operations
  VSU Information Technology

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