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Date: 2005-11-01 (15:43)
From: Jonathan Bryant <jtbryant@v...>
Subject: Re: lablgl (was Re: [Caml-list] Stdlib)
On Tue, 2005-11-01 at 10:30, Daniel Bünzli wrote:
> Le 1 nov. 05 à 01:07, Jonathan Bryant a écrit :
> > 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.

Ok, wow.  Didn't mean to make people mad.  It was more a rant that was
not meant for comment and was /definitely not a bash on LablGL/.  I was
just trying to say that I, in general and as a personal preference,
don't like labels.  It's not just an OCaml thing.  I don't use it in any
language that offers it.  I apologize if I was unclear.  I understand
the value but I just find them (incredibly) annoying.  Again, personal
preference.  I was /only/ using LablGL as an example of labled arguments
because it was a /relevenat/ libray that uses labels.  Sorry...

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