The problem is how libraries are located. The efuns solution is trivial: all libraries are installed in Ocaml’s default location, usually /usr/local/lib/ocaml. This location has the advantage that it is checked by default such that all ocaml* commands and the dynamic loader.

Hi list, the new version of findlib (ocamlfind) is now available and can be downloaded at the usual place:

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Gerd Stolpmann works primarily as system engineer, and is one of the rare developers who combine functional and system programming. The latter is meant in the broad sense: Both watching a cluster of machines from an bird’s eye view, and stepping down the ladder of.

Jul 29, 2019  · OPAM on Github. Findlib is a library manager for OCaml. It provides a convention how to store libraries, and a file format ("META") to describe the properties of libraries. There is also a tool (ocamlfind) for interpreting the META files, so that it is very easy to use libraries in programs and scripts.

There is the sister language F#, developed by Microsoft and with practically the same syntax, that targets.NET and tries to bring OCaml to the masses. Gerd Stolpmann still prefers the original implementation developed by Xavier Leroy and team at INRIA. It runs on all major Unix platforms (even on the iPhone), and all processor architectures.

This means that any mixed OCaml/C program can’t > benefit from CET even in the C parts, unless we also support this in > the OCaml parts. > > Has anyone looked into supporting this kind of thing in the amd64 > backend? > > (I looked at the OCaml trunk and couldn’t see any relevant commits, > but maybe I missed something in my grepping). > > Rich.

For up-to-date information, please visit the new OCaml website at Browse thread Re: Why OCaml sucks. Jon Harrop. Matthew William Cox. Jon Harrop; Arthur Chan. Jon Harrop. Gerd Stolpmann. Gabriel Kerneis. Robert Fischer; Gerd Stolpmann; David Teller; Jon Harrop. Gerd Stolpmann. Berke Durak. Gerd Stolpmann; Till Varoquaux. Berke Durak.

Gerd Stolpmann He is an expert of the ecosystem surrounding OCaml and developed the GODI platform. Stolpmann is a computer scientist who has been a contractor for several long-running OCaml projects.

* [Caml-list] findlib-1.8.1 @ 2019-07-29 12:22 Gerd Stolpmann 0 siblings, 0 replies; 1+ messages in thread From: Gerd Stolpmann @ 2019-07-29 12:22 UTC (permalink / raw) To: caml-list [– Attachment #1.1: Type: text/plain, Size: 687 bytes –] HI list, findlib-1.8.1 is out: – fixes an issue with upcoming ocaml-4.09 (-vmthreads gone) – support for.

Immutable strings in OCaml-4.02. Why the concept is not good enough – by Gerd Stolpmann, 2014-07-04 In the upcoming release 4.02 of the OCaml programming language, the type string can be made immutable by a compiler switch. Although this won’t be the default yet, this should be seen as the announcement of a quite disruptive change in the language.

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The acronym GODI simultaneously stands for both "Gerd Ocaml DIstribution" and "General Ocaml DIstribution", Gerd being the first name of the project’s initiator, Gerd Stolpmann. The last update before the project was discontinued came in 2014.

Gerd Am 25.09.19 um 15:49 schrieb Alan Schmitt: > Hello, > > I have a small utility that downloads and parses the RSS feed from > to include in the OCaml Weekly News, but a recent change to > broke it: it seems to only be served through https.

Gerd Stolpmann <[email protected]> Subject: Re: Portability of applications written in OCAML.

Re: [Caml-list] Ocaml-Weblib? Am 2002.09.02 12:47 schrieb(en) Oliver Bandel: > Hello, > > On Mon, 2 Sep 2002, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote: > > > On Sun, Sep 01, 2002 at 06:45:22PM +0200, Oliver Bandel wrote: > > > Next question: Is there any more detailed documentation somewhere? > > >.

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The Hydro article on > Gerd’s site > is interesting but too short and abstract. > > I’m thinking of a more detailed practical use-case with more > contextual detail ("we’re indexing people"), numbers ("we have > 1,234,567 persons in our database, distribued over X machines with Y > processors"), performance figures (each CPU runs x Ocaml.

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