|String.sexpable||Matej Kosik||7/27/12 7:54 AM|
I have used library on Debian, where it is easily installable.
I would like to adjust those programs so that I can compile and run them
There, I have to use GODI.
I have managed to compile and install Core from source.
Is there any documentation on the web matching this particular Core version?
If not, is there a way how I can rebuild it and get something like this:
but something fresher.
Thank you in advance.
|Re: String.sexpable||Ashish Agarwal||7/30/12 3:35 AM|
Can you explain more specifically what trouble you are having. I'm not sure if you are having a problem compiling Core, a program that uses Core, Core's documentation, all of these, or something else. You also mention sexpable in the subject line but don't ask a question about it.
|Re: String.sexpable||Yury||7/30/12 5:11 AM|
I think Matej just wants some ocamldoc-generated documentation available to browse online. We're going to post it today. Sorry for not doing that sooner!
|Re: String.sexpable||Matej Kosik||7/30/12 8:14 AM|
On 30/07/12 13:11, Yury Sulsky wrote:Actually, if I were not too afraid, I would peer inside deeper in the
source-code and consequently found out, that the documentation could be
So the original question was quite dumb; as usual :-)
But sometimes one has to ask in order to figure out the answer himself.
|Re: String.sexpable||Yury||7/30/12 4:16 PM|
It's true that you can generate documentation yourself. But Here it is in browseable form online: https://ocaml.janestreet.com/ocaml-core/108.00.02/doc/
It's far from perfect, but we'll improve it in the next release.