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From: Kuba Ober <ober.14@o...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] questions
On Apr 1, 2009, at 8:59 AM, Mihamina Rakotomandimby (R12y) wrote:

> FALCON Gilles RD-RESA-LAN wrote:
>> I totally agree that it would be pleasant to have more  
>> documentation on Ocaml, especially if you don't have ocaml lesson.
>
> Yes and No.
> The problem can be felt in PHP, where you see "anyone" witing  
> "anything".
> So, yes, there should be more documents on Ocaml, but the problem  
> is: Only
> inexperienced users have time to write down some "learning notes".
> The real Gurus are all overbooked...
>
> It's also my wish to see some documentation, but on the other hand,  
> I dont
> want it to fall into PHP fashion. Great dilemma...

I generally agree, although the guru term is perhaps overused. I  
figure people do
what they find enjoyable -- if someone who's very good at OCaml simply  
doesn't
enjoy explaining it in the form of a manual or whatnot, there's no  
helping that, and
it's surely understandable!

Cheers, Kuba