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Date: 2007-11-07 (15:56)
From: Alan Falloon <alan.falloon@m...>
Subject: Re: OT: Commercial Support and Programming Languages
Jon Harrop wrote:
> On Monday 05 November 2007 03:58, Robert Fischer wrote:
>> And O'Reilly had a big hand in evangelizing Perl, although it didn't
>> offer "commercial support" in the form of consulting.
> Indeed. Programming books are an often-forgotten but quite substantial 
> commercial market. I'm still yearning for a book that covers ocamlbuild, 
> IDEs, lablgtk, C FFI and so on...
> Are there even any good tutorials on how to use Emacs/XEmacs as an IDE for 
> OCaml, covering integrated top-level evaluation and so on?

If you write one of those books, I will buy it.

Specifically, I want books covering: packaging ocaml for release, camlp4 
in detail, advanced ocamlbuild, and getting the most out of emacs and/or 

Maybe you could get Nicolas Pouillard to consult on camlp4 and ocamlbuild.