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[ANN] Camomile 0.7.3
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Date: 2010-05-12 (12:13)
From: Yoriyuki Yamagata <yoriyuki.y@g...>
Subject: [ANN] Camomile 0.7.3
I'm pleased to announce Camomile 0.7.3, a new version of Camomile, a
comprehensive Unicode library for OCaml.
This is a bug fix release.  It fixes the  following bugs and Camomile now
works on Windows.
    - Aliases of character encodings containing ":" are removed,
    to support Windows platform.
    - Buffering bugs in CharEncoding and OOChannel modules.
    - Tree-merging bugs of ISet and IMap.
    - Locale data are properly loaded by binary channels. (Windows related)
    - "make depend" properly generates .depend file.
    - cpp is no longer required to build from the distribution.
    The license documentation for locales/*.txt files is added.

  The package is tested on Windows (MinGW-port of OCaml 3.11.0  + Cygwin on
Vista SP1) and Linux (Ubuntu 8.04 + godi version of OCaml 3.11.2).

  You can download the package from

  For more information on Camomile, see the project web page

  I would appreciate your comments or/and opinions.  In particular, I'd like
to know whether you can successfully operate Camomile in your platform.  I
have complaints on Mac and MinGW environments, and although I believe that
the problems are fixed, I'm too lazy to find spare Mac around and test the
package :-)  Also, I would like to hear about a success ( /failure ) story
of Camomile.  Do you use Camomile?  What for?  This is important since I
have to convince my boss to allow me to invest some spare time to Camomile

Yoriyuki Yamagata