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From: Satoshi Ogasawara <ogasawara@i...>
Subject: Re: Native toplevel? (was: OCamlJit 2.0)
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On 2010/11/17, at 17:44, Alain Frisch wrote:
> Does performance really matter that much for rapid prototyping/development?  I can imagine other uses of the toplevel where performance matters more, like theorem provers embedded in the OCaml toplevel.

ocamltter( https://github.com/yoshihiro503/ocamltter ) is a twitter client in the toplevel. 
I believe the toplevel is useful user interface to make a tiny application.

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