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[Caml-list] Announcing the OMake build system version 0.9.1
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Date: 2004-09-05 (06:14)
From: Yamagata Yoriyuki <yoriyuki@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Announcing the OMake build system version 0.9.1
From: Jason Hickey <>
Subject: [Caml-list] Announcing the OMake build system version 0.9.1
Date: Sat, 04 Sep 2004 09:26:59 -0700

>     o Support for large projects spanning several directories or
>       directory hierarchies.
>     o Builtin support for OCaml and C projects, or a mixture thereof.
>     o Fast, accurate, automated dependency analysis using MD5 digests.
>     o Portability: omake provides a consistent interface on Win32 and
>       on Unix systems including Linux, OSX, and Cygwin.
>     o Builtin functions that provide the most common features of programs
>       like grep, sed, and awk.  These are especially useful on Win32.
>     o Active filesystem monitoring, where the build automatically
>       restarts whenever you modify a source file.  This can be
>       very useful during the edit/compile cycle.
>     o A companion command interpreter, osh, that can be used
>       interactively.

Skimming the document, it appears to be possible, but could OMake
build the arbitrary target, not limited to OCaml or C binary?  For
example, I want to convert data in plain text to a fast-loadable
binary format in the installation time.

Yamagata Yoriyuki

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