Actually, I'm using Ubuntu.
But since I could not find any bindings in Ocaml on any architecture (except fedora), I didn't think it was an important parameter of the problem.

Thanks for the info about the future though.

Regards.
Johan Mazel


2010/9/16 Andrew Ross <an.ross@virgin.net>
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 10:04:30AM -0400, Hezekiah M. Carty wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 8:16 AM, Johan Mazel <johan.mazel@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi
> > In the SVN repository of the project
> > (https://plplot.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/plplot/trunk/bindings/), the
> > Ocaml bindings are present.
> > Several of these bindings (Ada, C++, Python) are available as packages,
> > however, I cannot find any package for these Ocaml bindings.
> > Have I just not searched enough or is it mandatory to compile plplot myself
> > in order to obtain these Ocaml bindings ?
> > Thanks in advance for your time.
> > Regards.
> > Johan Mazel
> >
>
> To my knowledge, Fedora is currently the only Linux distribution with
> the OCaml bindings packaged.  For any other distribution you would
> need to compile PLplot from source to obtain the bindings.
>
> Hope this helps,

Dear Johan,

You don't say which distribution you are using. I look after the Debian
packages (and hence by extension the Ubuntu ones) and I have tended to
be conservative about introducing new language bindings. We got bitten
with the Ada bindings because not all of the architectures Debian supports
had a working gnat compiler at the time and this caused problems getting
the packages into the stable version.

Having said that, after the current freeze and the release of Debian
squeeze I intend to add in a new packages including the ocaml bindings
and the new qt drivers.

Andrew