[MLton-user] The SML basis library socket module
Tue, 30 Sep 2003 01:03:36 -0400
On Sun, Sep 28, 2003 at 12:53:38PM -0700, Stephen Weeks wrote:
> Yes. The basis library changes are documented at
> The change that you are seeing occurred on September 15, 2003. We
> have already made the update to our internal version of MLton, and it
> will go out with our next release, which is a ways off. If you want
> to be bleeding edge, you can build MLton from the CVS, or you can ask
> me to put an experimental release at
> Please specify the platform if you do.
It's great to hear MLton is so actively developed! It also seems the
SML/NJ CVS repository is updated as well.
> Yes. That is what I believe most people do. It is certainly what we
> do with MLton. We also have stubs for making the basis library in the
> version of SML/NJ we are using look more like MLton. See
> Unfortunately, these aren't part of our released packages, but you
> still may find them useful.
You mean the different basis library implementations are not
interchangable across the various SML compilers? Isn't interchangability
exactly the point of having a standard basis specification? Or maybe you
are refering to the Mlton and Smlnj structures?