[MLton] upcoming release
Mon, 1 Aug 2005 17:06:51 -0700
> NLFFI received only mediocre support in the 2005 Survey, and I'm
> happy enough to let it go as is. If there are users out there who
> want/need better support, we can grease them when they squeak. The
> question is whether or not to incorporate it into tools/libraries
> targets of the top-level Makefile and include them in a binary
Why not, if it can make a user's life easier? Hopefully it will get
some use and we'll get the feedback.
> > I didn't try out MinGW, but I'd be happy for someone to give it a
> > try. As I recall, we're still in the state where there is some
> > strangeness in saving the world due to
> Due to what? Not that I have a MinGW platform around to try it on.
Whoops. Due to a system call to open (for the world file) failing for
no sensible reason. At least, that's what I remember.
> I presume we are still including the man pages, which should be
> coordinated with the wiki pages.
> I suspect the whole website (excluding the obvious links to Download
> attachments and CVS/SVN/mail archives) isn't all that big, even in HTML
> What I would find more annoying is the wikiness of the HTML found in
> /usr/share/mlton/doc. I'd vote to post-process the HTML to
> eliminate the wiki action links, though I don't know how hard that
> will be.
That seems sensible, and easy.