A new year, a new Octopress-based blog.
I hope to blog again this year. I’m currently working on a variant of Oleg Kiselyov’s Iteratees in OCaml, which could be interesting.
For the past few weeks I have been trying to write a little embedded DSL. The goal is to be able to easily generate bindings between OCaml and C, and maybe Objective-C, too.
I’ve pushed a new version of the Caml-library to github, and I must
say, I’m really starting to like this whole open-source thing. It’s
quite exciting. Amongst the changes are an updated
instructions), documentation using ocamldoc (
make htdoc), and
packaging using the
-pack option of the OCaml compiler. And easier
installation with make using the new install/uninstall targets.
The next step will be to host the project on OCaml Forge, so it has more exposure to the intended target audience. I’ve already registered the project as caml-inspect. I am currently awaiting approval from the site admins.
It is done. I now have an account on Github and my first open source repository has just been pushed. Feel free to take it for a spin. And don’t forget to tell me what you think of it.