[MLton] the next public release
Mon, 2 Aug 2004 22:21:11 -0700
> I really don't think that the philsophy thing should wait for, or be
> in, a hackers/developers guide. I think that understanding the
> philosophy goes a long way toward making a users like much easier.
I agree a it shouldn't wait. I'm a looking for the right medium. And I
need help. That's why I suggested a wiki.
> To use an obvious example, once you know the philosophy on currying,
> the arguments being tupled up is obvious. You don't even have to
> check it. Same with arg order on fold, etc.
I agree with Matthew that this is a completely different (but still
useful) sense of philosophy than the "where MLton is going" sense.