This blog post and the previous one about functor packs covers two RFCs currently developed by OCamlPro and Jane Street. We previously introduced functor packs, a new feature adding the possiblity to compile packs as functors, allowing the user to implement functors as multiple source files or even parameterized libraries. In this blog post, we … Rehabilitating packs using functors and recursivity, part 2.
OCamlPro was created to help OCaml and formal methods spread into the industry. We grew from 1 to 21 engineers, still strongly sharing this ambitious goal! The year 2019 at OCamlPro was very lively, with fantastic accomplishments all along! Let’s quickly review the past years’ works, first in the world of OCaml (flambda2 & compiler optimisations, … 2019 at OCamlPro
Here is a short report on some of our public activities in May and June 2014. Towards OPAM 1.2 After a lot of discussions and work on OPAM itself, we are now getting to a clear workflow for OCaml developpers and packagers: the preliminary document for OPAM 1.2 is available here. The idea is that … OCamlPro Highlights: May-June 2014
It is time to give a brief summary of our recent activities. As usual, our contributions were focused on three main objectives: (i) make the OCaml compiler faster and easier to use; (ii) make the OCaml developers more efficient by releasing new development tools and improving editor supports; and (iii) organize and participate to community … News from May and June
OCaml 4.00.0 has been released on July 27, 2012. For the first time, the new OCaml includes some of the work we have been doing during the last year. In this article, I will present our main contributions, mostly funded by Jane Street and Lexifi. Binary Annotations for Advanced Development Tools OCaml 4.00.0 has a … OCamlPro’s Contributions to OCaml 4.00.0