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From: Vincent Aravantinos <vincent.aravantinos@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] about OcamIL

Le 14 mai 10 à 18:26, ben kuin a écrit :

> I think something like the clr would be a huge progress
> first and foremost for the linux programmers. Maybe Ocaml could play
> an important role of providing a slick api, because of its strength
> when it comes to language implementation (compilers), so we would
> have:
>
> gil ( gnu intermediate language, a bytecode )
> gilrt ( gnu intermediate language runtime, a jit based vm)
>
> - the gilrt written in c or c++
> - an Ocaml binding to the gilrt
> - different language implementations gPython, gRuby, gC, gJava
> (Language to gil compilers written in Ocaml)
>
> Or maybe that's just crazy talk ...
> ben

Isn't this precisely the aim of Jon's hlvm (www.ffconsultancy.com/ocaml/hlvm/)?

V.