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opam-version: "2.0"
maintainer: ""
authors: [
"Anil Madhavapeddy"
"Stefano Zacchiroli"
"David Sheets"
"Thomas Gazagnaire"
"David Scott"
"Rudi Grinberg"
"Andy Ray"
synopsis: "An OCaml library for HTTP clients and servers"
description: """
Cohttp is an OCaml library for creating HTTP daemons. It has a portable
HTTP parser, and implementations using various asynchronous programming
See the cohttp-async, cohttp-lwt, cohttp-lwt-unix, cohttp-lwt-jsoo and
cohttp-mirage libraries for concrete implementations for particular
You can implement other targets using the parser very easily. Look at the `IO`
signature in `lib/s.mli` and implement that in the desired backend.
You can activate some runtime debugging by setting `COHTTP_DEBUG` to any
value, and all requests and responses will be written to stderr. Further
debugging of the connection layer can be obtained by setting `CONDUIT_DEBUG`
to any value."""
license: "ISC"
tags: ["org:mirage" "org:xapi-project"]
homepage: ""
doc: ""
bug-reports: ""
depends: [
"ocaml" {>= "4.04.1"}
"dune" {build & >= "1.1.0"}
"re" {>= "1.7.2"}
"uri" {>= "2.0.0"}
"ppx_fields_conv" {>= "v0.9.0"}
"ppx_sexp_conv" {>= "v0.9.0"}
"base64" {>= "3.1.0"}
"fmt" {with-test}
"jsonm" {build}
"alcotest" {with-test}
build: [
["dune" "subst"] {pinned}
["dune" "build" "-p" name "-j" jobs]
["dune" "runtest" "-p" name "-j" jobs] {with-test}
dev-repo: "git+"
url {
checksum: "md5=1bdde705d853175c67666b45bf3edc43"
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