[mtasc] Re: Ocaml in .NET
lee.mccoll at lyons-group.co.uk
Mon Feb 27 14:07:13 CET 2006
I for one would love to see MTASC in .NET. Primarily, I'd love to reverse engineer the output to C# (would save time in recoding completely). Ocaml is a nightmare to me to code as it's so alien.
From: mtasc-bounces at lists.motion-twin.com [mailto:mtasc-bounces at lists.motion-twin.com] On Behalf Of Miguel Serrano Milano
Sent: 27 February 2006 12:55
To: mtasc at lists.motion-twin.com
Subject: [mtasc] Re: Ocaml in .NET
It's very interesting. It would be possible to generate dinamic swf
contents with a component framework (actionstep-aswing) and to create
webs with their xml interface (awml,asml). I saw weeks ago the
example of web server-mtasc integration, but an asp.net integration
is much more versatile. (or maybe haxe include something like this?)
El 27/02/2006, a las 12:00, mtasc-request at lists.motion-twin.com
>> I just found that there is a ML language in .NET, based on OCaml...
>> Would MTASC be compatible with this compiler?
> I think that would be possible to port MTASC to F#, but will not be
> automatic. For instance MTASC use some C libraries (Zlib for swf
MTASC : no more coffee break while compiling
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