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Add compiler descriptions for OCaml 4.06.1 #11433

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damiendoligez commented Feb 16, 2018

The official release of 4.06.1 is out! Here are the compiler descriptions, this time without mistakes. (I hope)

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camelus commented Feb 16, 2018

No new or changed opam files 361facb

Installability check (8319 → 8319)
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kit-ty-kate commented Feb 16, 2018

Seems all good ! Thanks !!

@kit-ty-kate kit-ty-kate merged commit 86f4a4a into ocaml:master Feb 16, 2018

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