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From: Dmitry Bely <dmitry.bely@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ODT: a *new* OCaml IDE integrated into Eclipse
On 5/11/07, Emmanuel Dieul <emmanuel.dieul@free.fr> wrote:

> Here is the first version of the ODT (OCaml Development Tools) project.
> It aims to be like the JDT plugins, which is the most famous IDE for
> Java applications development into Eclipse... but ODT is not yet so
> advanced ;-)
>
> Everything is available on the ODT website: http://ocamldt.free.fr.
> The "overview" page explains its current main features, and the
> "install notes" page details some requirements and incompatibilities.
> Some screenshots are also available to show the GUI.
>
> Please, don't hesitate to try ODT (for personal or professional use)
> and forward this mail to anyone which could be interested in.

How does it differ from ocamlfp
(http://eclipsefp.sourceforge.net/ocaml/)? Its Haskell part seems to
be actively developed, although the Ocaml one is untouched for more
than a year.

- Dmitry Bely