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Date: 2009-03-05 (08:07)
From: Erick Tryzelaar <idadesub@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] stl?
On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 11:02 PM, Raoul Duke <raould@gmail.com> wrote:
>> So what you propose to his company is to switch from C++ to HLVM ? :)
>> Be serious.
> there are some things out there that interface with c/++ but which
> themselves aren't. e.g. http://felix.sourceforge.net/ (although the
> last release date was 2006, it apparently still is under active
> development.) as a random not entirely serious factoid.

Yep, felix is still under active development, we've just been
busy/lazy and haven't cut a release yet. Our mailing lists are still

We actually compile to c++, and then let the c++ compiler assemble the
code for us. The development has a ton of new features, like garbage
collection using judy arrays, and user extendable grammar. We're
exploring compiling straight to llvm, but that's a ways off. If we do
go that route, we'd try to preserve the ease of hooking into c and c++
libraries, but use llvm hooks to make the c/c++ call for us.