Caml is a strongly-typed functional programming language from the ML family. OCaml (Objective Caml) and Caml Light are two open source implementations of Caml developed at INRIA Rocquencourt, projet Cristal.
Bug-fix release Objective Caml 3.08.2.
08/2004. Bug-fix release Objective Caml 3.08.1.
07/2004. Objective Caml 3.08.0 released.
09/2003. Objective Caml 3.07 released.
08/2003. An Objective Caml program wins the "lightning division" at the ICFP 2003 programming contest.
08/2003. Beta release 3.07 beta 2 available for testing, along with its documentation.
10/2002. An Objective Caml program wins first prize at the ICFP 2002 programming contest.
08/2002. Bug-fix release 3.06 of Objective Caml.
07/2002. Objective Caml 3.05 released.
04/2002. A preliminary version of the book Developing applications with Objective Caml is available on-line.
General information about Caml.
The OCaml implementation:
The Caml Light implementation:
The Camlp4 Pre Processor Pretty Printer for OCaml.
Other sources of information:
Caml and teaching:
Bug tracking system. Bug reports
can also be entered by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact the Caml development team: email@example.com.
The Caml mailing list: subscribe, view the archives.
Another mailing list specially targeted at beginners: ocaml-beginners.
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