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Date: 2008-08-07 (23:00)
From: Michael Ekstrand <michael@e...>
Subject: Re: native vs bytecode
Kuba Ober <ober.14@osu.edu> writes:
> On Thursday 07 August 2008, Kuba Ober wrote:
>> > With this strategy, OCaml programs at Red Hat are performing as well
>> > as C code, and about an order of magnitude faster & an order of
>> > magnitude lower memory usage than programs written in Python, which is
>> > the main language used around here.
>> What does RedHat use OCaml for? That's just to satisfy my curiosity. A
>> quick google for ocaml at redhat did not yield much.
> I should say that I did look at your page, so the question should rather be:
> what does RedHat use Ocaml for, other than what RJ is using it for? :)

Educated guess based on the things listed on RJ's page and the packages
presently available in Fedora 9: tools for a future version of RHEL, I
would imagine :).

- Michael

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