EasyBMP-OCaml is an Objective Caml interface to the EasyBMP library (http://easybmp.sourceforge.net/).
Ex-nunc is a web application framework written in OCaml. Its main purpose is to bring the benefits of statically typed languages to the web application domain.
Here we have fun developing software related to embedded extension languages and small languages in many application domains, using existing languages and/or creating new ones.
Jekyll is a high level programming language that can be translated to and from readable, editable C, thus allowing it to be used in C projects.
Lexy is a Scrabble-playing bot written in OCaml. Because it can be compiled to a machine executable, it is wicked fast.
An OCaml wrapper for the Syck YAML tookit.
OPath is a physically based rendering system. The renderer takes a scene description written in a simple language describing geometry, materials, lighting and viewing parameters and produces photorealistic, high dynamic range images of the scene.
OX is an XML integration into Objective-Caml, providing XML transducers based on pseudo-tree view. This gives a homogeneous view of XML within OCaml code, and lets users to manipulate such terms like any other ones, without constraint.
SMOCaml is a server for Stepmania Online written from scratch in OCaml.
This is a port of the Dis virtual machine system to POSIX-compatible operating systems, based on the original Inferno sources, including a Limbo compiler. The port is intended to make the virtual machine and runtime environment more general and easily ex
PCL-Compiler is a compiler for PCL: a simple Pascal-derived programming language, used for teaching compiler technology in the National Technical University of Athens.
WideStudio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for building window applications in C++, Ruby, Python an Perl for Windows, MacOSX, Linux, FreeBSD, SOLARIS and other unix and BTRON and T-Engine. This is open and free (under MIT/X Consortiun Lice
A simple and deterministic syntax for wikis and more...
A UNIX style content indexer. Works like good old "locate" and provides functionality similar to tools like Google Desktop.