|Name : ocaml-optcomp
|Version : 1.2
||Vendor : Mandriva
|Release : 1mdv2010.0
||Date : 2009-09-11 06:49:26
|Group : Development/Other
||Source RPM : ocaml-optcomp-1.2-1mdv2010.0.src.rpm
|Size : 2.10 MB
|Packager : Florent Monnier < blue_prawn_mandriva_org>
|Summary : Optional compilation with cpp-like directives for OCaml
|Description : |
Optcomp is a camlp4 syntax extension which handles #if, #else, etc
directives in ocaml source files.
The difference between cpp and optcomp is that optcomp is more
caml-friendly than cpp:
* it does not interpret \"//\", \"/*\", and \"*/\" as comment delimiters
* it does not complains about missing \"\'\"
* it is easier to integrate in the build process when using other
camlp4 syntax extensions
By the way optcomp does not do macro expansion while cpp does.
The difference between pa_macro and optcomp is that optcomp does not
require code that will be dropped to be valid caml code. So for
example some code that will be rejected by camlp4+pa_macro will be
accepted by camlp4+optcomp.
You can use optcomp with ocamlfind, with the package optcomp or you
can directly include it in your project.
RPM found in directory: /mirror/carroll.cac.psu.edu/pub/linux/distributions/mandrakelinux/official/2011/i586/media/contrib/release