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Date: 2003-04-03 (06:47)
From: sylvain.le-gall@p...
Subject: [Caml-list] Re: the Komprehensive Objective caml Archive Network?
art yerkes writes: 

> Hello all, 
> I'm willing to put some time into maintaining such a thing.  I also work
> actively on the SWIG project's Ocaml module. 
> Perhaps it will be possible to use ocamlfind as the basis for a coherent
> (in the global sense) module set.  It's also feasible (disk space allowing)
> to provide the whole archive ocamldoc tree available as HTML.  That would
> make it easy to find out if an archive does what you want before downloading
> it, and what the dependencies are.
> -- 
> `No, you don't understand,' the Knight said, looking a little vexed. 
> `That's what the name is called. The name really is "The Aged Aged 
> Man."' 


Even if i am not from the inria, i agree with ocamlfind and odoc. It is two
great tools which simplify a lot ocaml developpement ( personnaly i need
to compile myself some source to produce ocaml documentation ). 

If it is possible, followinf should be mentioned in a document like
"requirement for a software to enter the archive" :
 - use and provide ocamlfind and META
 - can produce ocamldoc documentation 

Sylvain LE GALL 

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