Try it out at http://gravitron.jaredforsyth.com/, and tell me what you think!
Download the osx native version from the releases page.
Building (currently broken
🙃, working on a more general solution)
git submodule update --init --recursive yarn
(assuming you have
http-server installed, via
yarn global add http-server)
npm run js && npm run js:serve
Then open your browser to
If you don't have http-server, you can run
npm run js and start your favorite webserver in the
npm run build npm start
(release, make a mac app)
npm run build:native cd bundler && ./bundle.sh
Now you've got a mac app in
NOTE: You must have opam setup for this to work. ALSO NOTE: Ocaml currently produces binaries that have "text relocations", which android is unhappy about. So you'll get a popup in the dev build, but it doesn't show in the release build.
./reasongl-android/setup_opam.sh # this is idempotent npm run build:android
If you also want to install the debug apk to a simulator or device, do
npm run run:android.
NOTE: You must have opam setup for this to work.
./reasongl-ios/setup_opam.sh # this is idempotent npm run build:ios
Then open the project
./ios/OcamlIOS.xcodeproj in Xcode, and you should be able to build & run.
Some good resources
This code is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 (CC BY-NC 4.0). If you use this code, you must attribute me (Jared Forsyth), and link back to this repository. If you want me to license parts of the codebase under a more permissive license, such as one that allows commercial use, you're welcome to ask.