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From: Alexander Danilov <alexander.a.danilov@g...>
Subject: Re: OCaml and kernels
Richard Jones пишет:
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> There are some missing features to really make it possible though:
> 
>  - inline assembly
> 
>  - support for ELF (eg. putting code/data directly into named sections)
> 
>  - bit fields / bit twiddling (can probably be done with macros)
> 
>  - better optimization of int32 and int64 types
> 
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+ out of box support for native executables creation for win32/mingw

+ convenient compiler interface, example - ghc --make main.hs

Because of these two missing features, today I choose sbcl over ocaml to create
small I/O and calculation intensive task, unfortunately.