On Fri, Mar 09, 2012 at 07:05:25PM +0100, forum@... wrote:
> Well, no real obstacle as OCaml-Java showed.
> However, OCaml-Java 1.x is still a bare proof of concept due to both
> poor design choices and JVM limitations. But then came Java 1.7 and
> some limitations were removed (e. g. a garbage collector better suited
> to functional languages, and an implementation of method handles).
> OCaml-Java has been largely rewritten and now exhibit acceptable
I tried out ocamljava (1.x) and really liked it. One thing that
stopped me from using it was the fact that it 'emulates' a 32 bit
OCaml environment, so we get all sorts of limits on strings and
arrays. Will the new version 'emulate' 64 bit instead?