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Commits on Jan 20, 2015
  1. Revbump assiocated with ocaml 4.02.1.

    jaapb authored
Commits on Nov 20, 2014
  1. Update to 1.5.5:

    wiz authored
    -  1.5.5: fixes a build problem for BSD systems
    -  1.5.4: New ppxopt META variables (Peter Zotov).
       Support for OCAMLFIND_TOOLCHAIN environment variable (Peter Zotov).
Commits on Nov 14, 2014

    joerg authored
Commits on Oct 31, 2014
Commits on Oct 27, 2014
  1. - Do not execute arguments modification other than install subcommand.

    hiramatsu authored
    - Avoid removing files that have "install" in its filename.
Commits on Oct 9, 2014
  1. Updated package to latest version, 1.5.3. Package now uses

    jaapb authored
    framework, and the buildlink wrapper has been modified to deal with
    quoted arguments properly.
    -  1.5.3: The installation of "bytes" respects now $prefix and  the configured
       New option -pp for "ocamlfind query", to get preprocessor packages.
       Updated the compatibility Bytes module to support extend, init, mapi,
       blit_string (Gabriel Scherer).
    -  1.5.2: support for the query formats "%+a" and "%+A".
       Fix: the "ppx" property is now also path-expanded when interpreted in a
       Fix: implicit "ppx" is not path-expanded anymore.
       Fix: Build bytes.cmxs only if natdynlink is enabled (Andy Ray).
    -  1.5.1: includes a file that was missing in 1.5
    -  1.5: Including the "bytes" package that is either a compat package for ocaml
       < 4.02 or a fake package for ocaml >= 4.02. The package aims at helping to
       support the transition to the new "bytes" type for mutable strings.
       Also installing findlib.cmxs if OCaml supports it.
       Allowing to disable camlp4 (in prep for OCaml-4.02).
       The "ppx" package property can be specified for constructing ppx-type
       preprocessors (patches from Peter Zotov).
Commits on Apr 13, 2014
  1. Fix buildlink wrapper not to ignore ${DESTDIR}.

    hiramatsu authored
    ok'ed by MAINTAINER.
Commits on Mar 12, 2014
  1. Update to 1.4.1:

    wiz authored
    -  1.4.1:ocamldoc: The order of -ppopt arguments was changed by ocamlfind,
       which is not correct. (Sylvain Le Gall and J<E9>r<E9>mie Dimino.)
Commits on Nov 1, 2013
Commits on Jul 6, 2013
  1. Disabled META file generation for dbm package; this will be taken car…

    jaapb authored
    …e of
    by the databases/ocaml-dbm package itself from now on.
Commits on Jul 5, 2013
  1. Updated package to latest version, 1.4. Changes include:

    jaapb authored
    * Fixed performance bug when many arguments need to be processed
    * Auto-configuring ocamldoc.opt if it is found
    * New config switch -no-custom to prevent that "ocamlfind" is linked in
      custom-runtime mode (bytecode only)
    * The library dbm is no longer part of OCaml, and now optional in findlib
    * Support for ocamloptp.
    * New function Topfind.log for controlling the verbosity
    * Rewritten Fl_metascanner without camlp4
    Also changed maintainer e-mail address.
Commits on Oct 31, 2012
Commits on Oct 8, 2012
Commits on Sep 25, 2012
  1. Added a configure argument to enforce installation location of librar…

    jaapb authored
    …ies. This
    should resolve PR pkg/46995.
Commits on Aug 14, 2012
  1. Update to 1.3.3, from maintainer Jaap Boender in PR 46796:

    wiz authored
    The changes are not enormous, fixes in compatibility with various
    OCaml versions (4.00 and Homebrew).
Commits on Jul 6, 2012
  1. Update to 1.3.2. From Jaap Boender.

    wiz authored
    -  1.3.2: Handling of empty arguments (Wojciech Meyer).
       Added entry for camlp4.fulllib.
       New switch -add for "ocamlfind install" (Hans Ole Rafaelsen).
       Further fixes for ocaml-4.00.
       Fixing the recognition of double .cmi interface files.
       Fixing -dontlink (it is now deeply interpreted).
    -  1.3.1: Fixing a bug with ocamlmklib that slipped through in 1.3.0
    -  1.3.0: Fixes for ocaml-4.00 (especially topfind).
       Emitting an error if the configuration file does not exist.
       Emitting a warning if the selected toolchain does not exist.
       camlp4 is referenced by "+camlp4" in META.
       Including the sources for the documentation in the tarball.
       License change (simplification) for num_top_printers.mli.
       Fix ocamlmklib wrapper: processing contracted args (like -L/dir) correctly.
       Many wrappers get a new option -passrest instructing to pass all remaining
       options on the command-line unchanged to the invoked tool.
       Prettified -help output.
Commits on Mar 4, 2012
  1. Update to findlib 1.2.8

    asau authored
    - Adding support for ocamlmklib (B. Meurer's patches)
    - Fix for win32 in the configure script.
Commits on Dec 6, 2011
Commits on Nov 27, 2011
  1. devel/ocaml-findlib: Designate not jobs safe.

    marino authored
Commits on Jun 15, 2011
  1. Check-point ocamlfind; overwrite "ocamlfind install" co…

    uebayasi authored
    to ease ${DESTDIR} support.
Commits on Apr 6, 2011
  1. add buildlink3. Needed for xentools41.

    cegger authored
Commits on Aug 21, 2010
  1. Update OCaml findlib to 1.2.6

    asau authored
    -  1.2.5: Fix: Again CR deletion... Turns out some OS do not  understand '\r' 
       but only '\015' (thanks to Isaiah Weiner)
       Support for Win64 (untested; thanks to David Allsopp)
       ocamlfind no longer emits auto-generated -ccopt options. These  tend to 
       accumulate, and it is possible that for large projects  the maximum command 
       line length is exceeded. Current versions of  the O'Caml compilers do not 
       need these extra -ccopt anyway, so  this code is completely dropped.
    -  1.2.4: Fix: Bigarray needs unix (Thanks to Markus Mottl)
       Fix: In the version of camlp4 provided by O'Caml 3.11 various  libraries do 
       not contain dynlink anymore. Because of this, dynlink  becomes a 
       prerequisite of camlp4. (Thanks to Martin Jambon)
       Attempt: Fixing the space issue for paths (Win32). It is unclear  whether it 
       is solved. (Thanks to Christophe Troestler)
    -  1.2.3: Solving the CR deletion differently, to  make OS X happy.
    -  1.2.2: Fix: Problem with CR character (Cygwin)  (Thanks to David Allsopp)  
       Fix: Case-insensitive filesystems (partially solved)  (Thanks to David 
       Fix: File name with backslashes at the end (Win32; thanks to Dmitry 
    -  1.2.1: Fix: Camlp4 rules now activate the stream parser extension
    -  1.2: Fix in build scripts: Prepending $(prefix) when installing safe_camlp4 
       (thanks to Daniel Janus)
       Non-existing -I directories are ignored (thanks to Nicolas Pouillard)
       A script to create a MacOS X package (thanks to Pietro Abate)
       Better support for Windows (with help from Robert Roessler and David 
       Support for camlp4 on O'Caml 3.10
       Fix: "ocamlfind install" with "-patch" option writes now correct META file 
       for the case that subpackages occur
       Adding environment variable OCAMLFIND_IGNORE_DUPS_IN to reduce the number of 
       warnings ocamlfind emits
Commits on Jun 14, 2009
  1. Remove @dirrm entries from PLISTs

    joerg authored
Commits on May 28, 2009
  1. update master site and homepage.

    zafer authored
Commits on Feb 16, 2009
Commits on Mar 4, 2008
Commits on Dec 21, 2007
  1. Require m4 for build. From PR 37582.

    joerg authored
Commits on May 20, 2006
  1. Imported ocaml-findlib.

    rillig authored
    The "findlib" software provides a scheme to manage reusable software
    components  in the form of libraries, and includes tools that support
    this scheme. A  library installed as a findlib component is also called
    a package. The point is  that the findlib scheme allows it to store
    metainformation about the library,  especially how it can be used in
    programs. The packages are kept in the  filesystem hierarchy, but the
    directory structure is defined by findlib, and  there is no way to
    deviate from this standard. The library contains functions  to look the
    directory up that stores a package, to query metainformation about  a
    package, and to retrieve dependency information about multiple packages.
    There is also a tool that allows the user to enter queries on the
    command-line.  In order to simplify compilation and linkage, there are
    new frontends of the  various OCaml compilers that can directly deal
    with packages.
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