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Re: A question about mirage

Not yet; you have to use the Mirage base module which provides the OS 
abstraction. However, some software is already written to be functorised across 
an OS module for portability, such as the Arakoon database engine 
(arakoon.org).  These were quite easy to port to Mirage.  Others, such as 
MLDonkey, use the Unix module extensively and are harder.

Raphael Proust is looking into a Mirage/UNIX compatibility layer, so this is 
something we'll expand on more later on in the year once a stable first version 
has been released.


On 4 Feb 2013, at 10:29, tech mailinglists <mailinglists.tech@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I have a question about the mirage OS. Is it possible to run every OCaml 
> Source Code in mirage? So would it be possible to run for example a webserver 
> written in OCaml or MLDonkey in mirage?
> Best Regards



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