OCaml language support in ports
stephleg at free.fr
Sun Jul 30 16:14:30 UTC 2006
On Sat, Jul 29, 2006 at 11:27:22PM +0400, Stanislav Sedov wrote:
> We have a lot of OCaml ports that provides additional language
> packages for OCaml language. Installing of such pacakge requites
> a lot of steps, e.g. running ocamlfind utility on install/deinstall
> with correct enviropment, updating OCaml-specific ld.conf on
> install/deinstall and other. As result ports become a bit complex
> and very large. You can see working examples in devel/ocaml-equeue,
> devel/ocaml-sem etc. This ports do similar work "by-hand" via
> pmake constructs and pkg-install script.
> I have submitted include to support OCaml language recently
> It would be nice to have your opinions/suggestions/blames/flames
> here. Especially, ocaml-* ports maintainers.
Well, it would be definitely interesting to have a such framework
for the OCaml ports. Ruby, Perl, Python and Tcl already have one,
i can see no reason why to not have one for OCaml.
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