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Posted by: Anonymous Coward on August 31, 2006 11:41 PM
I believe the reason distributions may think that Kalzium's equation solver requires OCaml is because the Kalzium page on the KDE site says it does! If it doesn't, perhaps the page should be updated to correct that misconception.

From the KDE page about Kalzium:

24 July 2005: EqChem merged with Kalzium
Thomas Nagy merged EqChem with Kalzium. With this application, which is now completly integrated in Kalzium, you can solve chemical equations. You need OCaml and the Facile-library installed to make use of it. (my emphasis)

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