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OCaml-Text is a library for dealing with ``text'', i.e. sequence of unicode characters, in a convenient way.
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OCaml-Text Jeremie Dimino <firstname.lastname@example.org> February 2009 url: https://forge.ocamlcore.org/projects/ocaml-text/ * What it is ? OCaml-Text is a library for dealing with ``text'', i.e. sequence of unicode characters, in a convenient way It supports: - character encoding/decoding using iconv - manipulation of text as UTF-8 encoded strings - localised text functions such as compare, upper, ... - human readable regular expression inside patterns In order to be the compatible with other ocaml library without pain, OCaml-Text choose to use only regular strings for dealing with text. * Requirement OCaml-Text needs ocaml >= 3.11 and libiconv. It require also pcre bindings for ocaml to have regular expression support. * Building and installation To build and install it just type: $ ocaml setup.ml -configure $ ocaml setup.ml -build $ ocaml setup.ml -install This will install the "text" package (ocamlfind is required), and the "text.pcre" if compiled with support for pcre. If you get the development version you must obtain oasis (http://oasis.forge.ocamlcore.org/). * Development The last development version of ocaml-text can always be found in the darcs repository hosted at darcs.ocamlcore.org: $ darcs get http://darcs.ocamlcore.org/repos/ocaml-text local variables: mode: outline end: