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Date: 2001-07-26 (20:44)
From: Krishnaswami, Neel <neelk@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] cdk
John Max Skaller [mailto:skaller@maxtal.com.au] wrote:
> > > Note that the cdk doesn't offer any new libraries; it is merely a
> > > compilation of existing libraries and tools in a single 
> > > package, the kind that seems to make business folks happy.
> > 
> > It makes OCaml-newbies (like me) happy too, because it's not so
> > easy to find a lot of libraries out there.
> > And why to reinvent the wheel?
> It makes me happy too, because I can use it in products
> I want to distribute, and people can download CDK and
> get ocaml and all the libraries in one hit. That's important,
> especially if it's only part of a larger toolset.

How does one contribute to the CDK? I have a couple of packages
that I'd like to make available (including one miraculously 
simple implementation of balanced binary trees[*]), and I'm 
curious what to email where and how I should document it.

[*] Randomized treaps. This is the only balanced tree structure 
I've seen for which I can remember how to write a deletion function 
off the top of my head, without any complex case analysis. 

Neel Krishnaswami
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