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Date: 2005-12-16 (11:51)
From: Alexsandro Soares <a_s_soares@y...>
Subject: Concurrent and Distributed Programming in Ocaml
Hi all,

   My team is working with evolutionary computing and
we develop a distributed model of gene expression
programming (GEP) in OCaml. Our first try used the
primitives provided in modules Mutex and Condition to
do syncronization between process and threads. The
system is done. However, we will make a refactoring of
the code and, at this time,  we would like to use
higher level constructs to work with concurrent and
distributed programming. What are the options to do
this in OCaml? We started to see Jocaml, but our
system uses native code generation both in Linux and
Windows, and I don't know if Jocaml can be compiled in
native code. Any help?

   Thanks in advance for any answer.



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