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From: David MENTRE <david.mentre@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Which development framework for web application in OCaml?
Hello Paolo,

2006/6/29, Paolo Donadeo <p.donadeo@gmail.com>:
> Ex Nunc
> (http://ex-nunc.sourceforge.net) is an application framework written
> in pure OCaml that provides strongly-typed page parameters, automatic
> session and form validation. Although a live demo is available here:

Quite interesting.

> the framework is still young and not usable for commercial purposes
> and the templates page compiler is still under construction.

I always fear "templates page compiler", because most of the time
people tend to re-invent their own language rather than using existing
one, like OCaml. Is OCaml used as template language for Ex-nunc?

Could you show us the source code of the demo page?

> in the future
> interesting features like strongly typed embedded SQL and a better

Do you plan to use existing code on SQL frameworks?

> application server engine (based on the equeue library) are planned.

> moment, if you have any question about Ex Nunc or, better, if you want
> to join the development team or to subscribe the "free human beings
> from PHP slavery" club, contact me.

I don't want to join the development team but I'm certainly interested
to see if Ex-nunc fits my needs.

Best wishes,
david