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Date: 2010-05-06 (11:13)
From: Ed Keith <e_d_k@y...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] about OcamIL
--- On Wed, 5/5/10, ben kuin <benkuin@gmail.com> wrote:

> From: ben kuin <benkuin@gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Caml-list] about OcamIL
> To: "Ed Keith" <e_d_k@yahoo.com>, caml-list@yquem.inria.fr
> Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2010, 6:18 PM
> keith, a few thoughts, ... before
> I've worked with linux I was a
> windows guy. I remember the day (forgot the context though)
> when I
> installed the ocaml package on my dell/windows-xp/laptop
> (yuk) . Since
> the workflow on windows is very gui centric, you can't help
> to get
> very sensible how a particular app looks and feels. I can
> tell you
> those "weird" guis (tcl/tk?) scared the hell out of me and
> I hoped I
> could get rid of the stuff without breaking the registry
> :-).
> Anyway, I think in order to provide something that the next
> windows
> user would like to work with, all the ocaml gui apps should
> be feel
> very much more native.
> Maybe the time would be better invested by an effort to
> port
> Ocaml-Batteries to F#. I mean why not?
> On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 3:16 PM, Ed Keith <e_d_k@yahoo.com>
> wrote:

Actually I always have one or more command prompts open on my Windows box. A command line is so much more efficient than a GUI for many tasks.


Ed Keith

Blog: edkeith.blogspot.com