The F# Journal just published an article about translating OCaml code:
" The F# programming language took most of its inspiration from the OCaml programming language that appeared in 1996. Like most members of the Meta Language (ML) family of programming languages, OCaml was bred specifically for metaprogramming and, consequently, provides a wealth of tools related to metaprogramming. One of these tools is the Format module that makes it easy to pretty print code and data in a structured way. This article looks at the work required to port OCaml's 1,329-line Format module to F#..."
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Xavier Leroy's "standard lecture on threads" - Xavier Leroy’s standard lecture on threads post from the caml-list in 2002 seems to have disappeared from the INRIA archives so I am reproducing it here fo...
2 months ago