The OPA type system, part 1

January 7, 2010 § 2 Comments

edit Part 2 of this post was never written. I no longer work on Opa. For any question regarding Opa, please contact MLstate.

Since the initial announcement regarding OPA, we have received a number of questions regarding all the aspects of the language (including, suprisingly, a few demands for answers and documentation). Well, while we’re busy putting together documentation, benchmarks and FAQ, here’s a quick tour of one of the most fundamental pieces of the language: the type system.

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OCaml Batteries Included: Alpha 2 has landed

November 10, 2008 § 10 Comments

note: There seems to have been a WordPress bug. For some reason, the extended release notes on OCaml Batteries Included were replaced by something quite unrelated. My apologies for this.

Dear programmers, I am happy to inform you that the second alpha release of OCaml Batteries Included has landed. You may now download it from the Forge. A GODI package is also available and a Debian package should follow soon (you should be able to find the old one here) and you can read the documentation on-line.

So, what’s new in this release?

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