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TITLE
  Amble 
SUBTITLE
  Objective Caml library for simple distributed programming. 
DESCRIPTION
  The idea behind Amble is to let you concentrate on what you actually want to do, and this library takes care of the low-level details (thread creation, socket communication...) for you. It was designed as a teaching tool, and as such is very easy to use, yet efficient : the tutorial shows that you can get a program that can really be distributed onto several machines in a few minutes. It was made as a fourth year project at University of Nantes (France). A complete documentation is available on the web site. 
AUTHOR
  Olivier Peres 
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CLASSIFICATION
  Distributed computing and components, message-passing interfaces, Parallel computing, Education 
RELEASE
  0.1 
STABILITY
  beta-test code 
STABLE RELEASE
   
RECENT CHANGES
  First public release. Works on Linux and Mac OS X, needs testing on Windows. 
DEPENDS ON OCAML VERSION
  3.08.1 (it compiles with OCaml 3.07 but this is not recommanded if you use Linux 2.6) 
DEPENDS ON OPERATING SYSTEM
  successfully tested on Linux and Mac OS X, probably works on other platforms as well 
DEPENDS ON OTHER SOFTWARE
   
INFO LINK
  http://home.gna.org/amble/ 
DOWNLOAD LINK
  http://home.gna.org/amble/ 
DATE OF LAST MODIFICATION
  30 Oct 2004 


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