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Re: Which JVM can I use?

On Wed, 28 Apr 1999, Sven LUTHER wrote:

> Alternatively, you could look at ocaml, sure it is no java, but a ML
> family language, but it produce some kind of bytecode as well as
> native code (altough not for linux/m68k, but does for sunos/m68k so
> ...) and there is a virtual machine available for m68k, even a debian
> package (you will have to get the source package, perhaps remove the
> make opt entry from the rules file and do it yourself, since i didn't
> have time to build the m68k package).
You do remeber the bug report I sent you regarding ocaml?
Right now I have here in my Packages-arch-specific list:
ocaml: !m68k # uses illegal assembler


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