Does anyone know about some Xduce compilers or implementations for Windows?
And your experience with that. thank
> Does anyone know about some Xduce compilers or implementations for Windows?
> And your experience with that. thank
Well, XDuce is written in OCaml, so it should be possible to compile it on
I'm the author of CDuce (http://www.cduce.org/), a close cousin of XDuce.
It is also written in OCaml, and I've been able to compile it under
Windows some time ago (with minor Makefile modifications in third-party
libraries). Let me know if you try to install CDuce and need some
OCaml has three Windows ports: a native one which uses the MS toolchain,
a Cygwin one, and a mingw one. The mingw port is probably the best
(For those who don't know: XDuce and CDuce are XML-oriented functional
languages, with a built-in notion of XML types and a powerful XML pattern
matching primitive. Transformations written in these languages, as opposed
to e.g. XSLT, are statically checked and can only produce valid output
documents for arbitrary valid input documents).