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From: Christophe Papazian <christophe.papazian@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ANN: ocamljs 0.3
Dear Jake,

I was playing with ocamljs. It's very nice to use ocaml to
produce javascript ! I have a question : in ocamljs, there is a support
for style objects. However, I do not see how to use them usefully  
because
there don't seem to have some set_style method anywhere (but I found  
the get_style).
Did I miss something ?

Thank you,

	Christophe


Le 26 août 10 à 23:44, Jake Donham a écrit :

> Hi list,
>
> I am happy to announce version 0.3 of ocamljs. Ocamljs is a system for
> compiling OCaml to Javascript. It includes a Javascript back-end for
> the OCaml compiler, as well as several support libraries, such as
> bindings to the browser DOM. Ocamljs also works with orpc
> (http://jaked.github.com/orpc) for RPC over HTTP, and froc
> (http://jaked.github.com/froc) for functional reactive browser
> programming.
>
> Changes since version 0.2 include:
>
> * support for OCaml 3.11.x and 3.12.0
> * jQuery binding (contributed by Dave Benjamin)
> * full support for OCaml objects (interoperable with Javascript  
> objects)
> * Lwt 2.x support
> * ocamllex and ocamlyacc support
> * better interoperability with Javascript
> * many small fixes and improvements
>
> Development of ocamljs has moved from Google Code to Github; see
>
> * project page: <http://github.com/jaked/ocamljs>
> * documentation: <http://jaked.github.com/ocamljs>
> * downloads: <http://github.com/jaked/ocamljs/downloads>
>
> I hope you find this work useful.
>
> Jake
>
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