Here is the latest Caml Weekly News, for the week of 28 October to 04 November, 2003.
A very quiet week in the OCaml world ...
It is my pleasure to announce the very first alpha release of PERSIL, a persistent library for Ocaml. It might help you to manage your persistent data (which survives your program exit and is reused on next run). Don't expect too much from this alpha release (Halloween+1) See http://cristal.inria.fr/~starynke/persil/ for more (source tarball and tutorial documentation). (Persil is opensource, copyrighted by my employer INRIA, under LGPL licence) A big thanks to all my collegues from Cristal and Moskova teams at INRIA for their support and their hints.
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