OPAM is a source-based package manager for OCaml. It supports multiple simultaneous compiler installations, flexible package constraints, and a Git-friendly development workflow.
Libraries for reliable manipulation JSON objects.
See www.typerex.org to download ocp-build
A tool to use .annot files generated for OCaml
Tools to manipulate source files (linting, patching, etc.)
A tool to verify types inferred by OCaml
Easy access to the interface information of installed OCaml libraries for editors like Emacs and Vim.
The core OCaml system: compilers, runtime system, base libraries
A set of simple tools and libraries that we developed over the years for temporary OCaml projects. Most of them are only maintained/improved when we need them for a task.
Templates for open-source licenses over Typerex
Indentation tool for OCaml, to be used from editors like Emacs and Vim.
An opam 2.0 repository holding the definition for benches on bench.flambda.ocamlpro.com
Repository of the SecurOCaml Project
Examples of plugins for ocamlc/ocamlopt
Set of benchmarks for OCaml organized as an OPAM repository
Some macro-benchmarks for operf and an OPAM repository for them
Public open-source releases of Alt-Ergo
Simplify the configuration of editors for using OCaml tools
Optimised functions to read and write int16/32/64 from strings, bytes and bigarrays, based on primitives added in version 4.01.
Some useful system tools in OCaml
A simple cross-platform OCaml code editor built for top-level evaluation.
A minimal OCaml library for type-safe HTTP/JSON RPCs
Exercices for Learn OCaml