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From: Florent Monnier <fmonnier@l...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] doc licence (was: OCaml bytecode documentation?)
> >>> 	Where would I look for more information about the bytecode
> >>> language used by current versions of OCaml?  Is it still based
> >>> upon CAM?
> >>
> >> Would this help?
> >>  http://cristal.inria.fr/~lebotlan/docaml_html/english/
> >> english004.html
> >
> > 	Probably, though why isn't this part of the "official"
> > documentation, or at least linked from, caml.inria.fr?
>
> Unfortunately neither Didier nor I have given time to this project
> for a long time. The best documentation is the ZINC technical report
> (http://gallium.inria.fr/~xleroy/publi/ZINC.pdf) along with the code
> (interp.c if I remember correctly).

There is a good news with the fact that the implementation doc is not part of 
the official doc: the implementation doc is available under GNU/FDL (GNU Free 
Documentation License), while the official doc is available in a restrictive 
way.

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