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Date: 2005-02-03 (22:07)
From: Bardur Arantsson <list-caml-list@s...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Estimating the size of the ocaml community
On Thu, Feb 03, 2005 at 09:34:53PM +0000, chris.danx wrote:

> >

> I looked at it awhile ago, but it didn't seem maintained so I thought 
> no one used it.  Does anyone use it?  If so, how do you find it?

For wrapping trivial or almost-trivial C library interfaces it's great.

I've also *tried* (seriously) to use it for quite a few wrapper libraries
I've created, but invariably it ends up being too much work to get it to
act right, and I just end up writing custom C code (usually with a few
macros to cut down on copy&paste code).

Now I just don't bother anymore and go straight to C.

Bardur Arantsson

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