Wed, 25 Feb 2004 15:24:30 -0800
> The status is that a basic subset of OpenGL is available in CVS sufficient
> to write basic OpenGL based applications. Before release I would like to
> add a test for the Glut menu functions - I've been distracted from this task
> for the past few weeks.
> I also like the idea of curried functions as it makes function application
> easier to my Haskellised way of thinking - I may be missing something about
> how SML people work with curried functions though, as I'm not very
> experienced with SML.
At least for the MLton style, we prefer to use currying only when
computation is actually being staged.
> The only files you really need to keep are the files in the mlton directory
> I would suggest that you just remove everything except for the contents of
> the mlton subdirectory and move those up one level.
I am tempted to do this by mucking with the cvs directory on the
server instead of via cvs commands. Is there any CVS wizard out there
who thinks that is a bad idea?