OCaml API search allows you to search many standard O'Caml libraries by either function name, or by approximate type signature. It is similar to Hoogle, which is a Haskell API search engine. You could use this on Web browser.
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OCaml API Search

OVERVIEW

OCaml API search allows you to search many standard O'Caml libraries by either function name, or by approximate type signature. It is based on OCaml Browser.

It is similar to Hoogle, which is a Haskell API search engine.

PREREQUISITES

  • ocaml 4.00.1
  • omake
  • findlib
  • extlib
  • oUnit(for unit test)
  • CamlGI

INSTALL

1. Download OCaml API search

  • git clone git://github.com/mzp/ocaml-hoogle.git

2. Build OCaml API Search

  • cd ocaml-hoogle
  • omake

3. How to use

  • run index.cgi as CGI
  • use ocamlas from termianl

LICENCE

searchid.ml and list2.ml is written by Jacques Garrigue. The licence is LGPL

Other codes is written by MIZUNO Hiroki., The licence is LGPL.

AUTHOR

MIZUNO "mzp" Hiroki (mzp@ocaml.jp)

AVAILABILITY

The complete OCaml API search distribution can be accessed at this[http://github.com/mzp/ocaml-hoogle].