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Date: 2002-05-29 (21:58)
From: Alessandro Baretta <alex@b...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] What about polymorphic methods?

John Max Skaller wrote:
 > Alessandro Baretta wrote:
 >> And, is the CVS version stable enough for production 
quality code?
 > .. it's not fair on the ocaml team to expect them to 
answer that.
 > So I'll answer for them: the team has a genuine desire to 
 > a product of finest quality. Heh, and they're good at it!

I meant no harm. But, you know, sometimes the pre-release
builds of open source projects are known from the very start
to be buggy or unstable, and it is advised to restrict use
only to testing. You know, like Windows 98 for example: use
is advised only for sake of testing the
"blue-screen-of-death-at-startup" feature ;->

 > You must decide if the even higher standard of the release
 > is needed for your project. FYI I'm using the CVS release
 > now. In my opinion, it is a better program than the one
 > in the 3.04 distribution. I haven't had any trouble with it

This is as much as I wanted to hear: no known, obvious,
major flaw. Not like Windows 98, so to speak...

OK, now let me read some documentation on CVS so I can
figure out how to download the source :-)


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