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From: David MENTRE <dmentre@l...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] What's "advantage of gcc-specific features"?
Hello,

Yu-Hui Liu <Calvin.Liu@Sun.COM> writes:

> Also I want to know if someone knows if there's anything "tricky" on
> Solaris platform for using OCaml?

I don't think so. BTW, John Carr, from MIT, is maintaining a port of
native OCaml compiler to Sparc V9 architecture
(http://www.mit.edu/~jfc/) and he is working on Solaris system. As far
as I know, his patches have been contributed back to OCaml official
tree. So I would say that the Solaris is pretty well supported and
performance should be quite acceptable.

But the best way is probably to try it by yourself. 


Best wishes,
d.
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