since this is my first post: LMDE is a great distribution, switched here after two years of ubuntu and even more things work out of the box than there.
Now to the point: How can I get SML/NJ installed (and yes I really want SML/NJ because of the lazy features, I'll need it for a University course).
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in fact the only package with sml in it's name is the sml-mode for emacs, which is great, now can program sml, ssh to university or my old computer which both have it and execute it there, but that's…
I think my options are at this point:
- do the old scool install way (including downloading tarballs and compiling them)
- get the magic keyword for the sources list, bad thing is, i'm not well acustomed with the debian infrastructure as I'm used to have a ppa floating around
so what should I do?
edit: Sorry you guys from New Jersey, think I mistyped your state.