ocaml-crunch — convert a filesystem into a static OCaml module
ocaml-crunch takes a directory of files and compiles them into a standalone
OCaml module which serves the contents directly from memory. This can be
convenient for libraries that need a few embedded files (such as a web server)
and do not want to deal with all the trouble of file configuration.
ocaml-crunch --help for more information:
NAME ocaml-crunch - Convert a directory structure into a standalone OCaml module that can serve the file contents without requiring an external filesystem to be present. SYNOPSIS ocaml-crunch [--ext=VALID EXTENSION] [--mode=MODE] [--output=OUTPUT] [OPTION]… DIRECTORIES… ARGUMENTS DIRECTORIES (required) Directories to recursively walk and crunch. OPTIONS -e VALID EXTENSION, --ext=VALID EXTENSION If specified, only these extensions will be included in the crunched output. If not specified, then all files will be crunched into the output module. -m MODE, --mode=MODE (absent=lwt) Interface access mode: either lwt or plain. lwt is the default. -o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT Output file for the OCaml module. -s, --silent Silent mode. COMMON OPTIONS --help[=FMT] (default=auto) Show this help in format FMT. The value FMT must be one of auto, pager, groff or plain. With auto, the format is pager or plain whenever the TERM env var is dumb or undefined. --version Show version information. EXIT STATUS ocaml-crunch exits with the following status: 0 on success. 123 on indiscriminate errors reported on standard error. 124 on command line parsing errors. 125 on unexpected internal errors (bugs). ENVIRONMENT These environment variables affect the execution of ocaml-crunch: SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH Specifies the last modification of crunched files for reproducible output. BUGS Email bug reports to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.