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[Demexp-dev] Why I hate objects in OCaml and Debian developers

From: David MENTRE
Subject: [Demexp-dev] Why I hate objects in OCaml and Debian developers
Date: Mon, 02 Oct 2006 21:52:30 +0200
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I hate objects in OCaml because sometimes I fell into bugs like while refactoring the

In short, object's code generation in OCaml 3.08.3 is buggy and it is
fixed in OCaml 3.08.4. And of course, OCaml in Debian sarge is stuck to
3.08.3 because they define "critical" as "relevant to the debian
developer" and not "relevant to the user". I fact, I think I hate more
Debian developers than OCaml developers! :-)

Ok, rant aside, this is very annoying. Might be a good incentive to
switch to Etch, if only that ADSL USB modem would not be so hard to

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