Henry Cejtin henry@sourcelight.com
Fri, 10 Aug 2001 04:53:49 -0500

It is probably worth while at leasting having the script check if ss exists
and is executable, and failing with some nice error message describing the
problem if it doesn't.  You can check if it exists with
	ss true 2>/dev/null || {
		echo 'No ss ...' >&2
		exit 1
Any way, sounds very fine.
No comments on the fine floating point superiority of MLton over gcc?