DOS/Windows functional environment 
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 DOS/Windows functional environment

I need information about functional environments (like MacGofer)
for DOS (or Windows). It will be used in a first year CS course
so it should be easy to use.

Any hints welcome.

Thanks, Markus

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Mon, 02 Oct 1995 16:43:21 GMT  
 DOS/Windows functional environment

Quote:
>I need information about functional environments (like MacGofer)
>for DOS (or Windows). It will be used in a first year CS course
>so it should be easy to use.

>Any hints welcome.

        Unfortunately no hints, But I would also be very interested to
hear about a DOS or Windows programming platform.

Later.
Anton.


    "You can tell how far we have to go when today's supercomputers are                   programmed in *fortran*!"  
--


     The probability of someone watching you is proportional to the stupidity
           of your action.



Tue, 10 Oct 1995 09:33:49 GMT  
 DOS/Windows functional environment


about ``functional environments (like MacGofer) for DOS (or Windows)''.

It might be worth mentioning that the standard version of Gofer runs
under DOS and is available by anonymous ftp from nebula.cs.yale.edu in
the directory pub/haskell/gofer.

Gofer isn't the only choice for functional programming under DOS.  If
you're interested in strict languages with more of an ML feel, you might
want to look at Caml Light which, as far as I know, is available by
anonymous ftp from nuri.inria.fr (128.93.1.26) in lang/caml-light.

Happy (functional) programming!
Mark



Tue, 10 Oct 1995 22:17:40 GMT  
 DOS/Windows functional environment
|> If
|> you're interested in strict languages with more of an ML feel, you might
|> want to look at Caml Light which, as far as I know, is available by
|> anonymous ftp from nuri.inria.fr (128.93.1.26) in lang/caml-light.

The archive has moved to ftp.inria.fr (192.93.2.54).



Tue, 10 Oct 1995 22:44:38 GMT  
 DOS/Windows functional environment
Thanks to all who sent information. Here is a short summary of what
I received:
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 *  Gofer has been ported to PC-DOS and OS/2
 *  A (DOS) version is available from ftp.dcs.glasgow.ac.uk (130.209.240.50)
    in pub/haskell/gofer (don't forget the unz50p1.exe to unzip...)
 *  Some people work on Gofer versions for Windows
[Thanks to J. Reekie, B. Marl, K. Seah, M. Smith and C. Tumey]
------------------------------------
Information about an other system has been posted some days ago:


|> |> If
|> |> you're interested in strict languages with more of an ML feel, you might
|> |> want to look at Caml Light which, as far as I know, is available by
|> |> anonymous ftp from nuri.inria.fr (128.93.1.26) in lang/caml-light.
|>
|> The archive has moved to ftp.inria.fr (192.93.2.54).

[Thanks to M. P. Jones and D. Doligez]
------------------------------------

+=========================================================+
: Markus A. Beckmann               !  (new zip-codes in ) :
: Johannes Gutenberg-Universitaet  !  (Germany from July) :
: Institut fuer Informatik         !  (1st:             ) :
: Postfach 39 80                   !  (                 ) :
: D-6500 Mainz 1                   !  (<- D-55029 Mainz ) :
+---------------------------------------------------------+

+=========================================================+



Wed, 18 Oct 1995 22:43:13 GMT  
 
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