A collection of machine-checkend mathematical proofs
The Archive of Formal Proofs is a collection of proof libraries, examples, and larger scientifc developments, mechanically checked in the theorem prover Isabelle. It is organized in the way of a scientific journal. Submissions are refereed.
Audio and video streams generator
Audio toolkit for streaming, aiming at complex Internet radio and video systems. Our stream generator is highly extensible and flexible. Script based, it can be a fully automatic daemon streamer, but is also used for live shows with an user-friendly GUI.
A functional programming language
Cartesian is a pure functional programming language, wrapped in an imperative and object oriented layer. The main goal is to separate both worlds and to have some very clean and well defined interfaces. This project is the reference implementation of the language, as an interpreter. The interpreter's goal is not performance.
CIL (C Intermediate Language) compiles C programs into a simplified subset of C and assists with program analysis and transformation.
Camelia is an IDE for OCaml designed with students and new users in mind. It sports syntax highlighting, tool-tip type checking, clickable error explanations, an integrated debugger, and more.
svgconv is a content tool to convert SVG paths into a C format that can be easily used with OpenVG.
An implementation of the Light Weight Directory Access Protocol in Objective Caml. Both server and client libraries are provided, along with some data manipulation goodies such as a schema checker, and parsers for ldif, ldapurls etc.
Mini Gosix is a small program that allows you to play Gosix board game (by Pierre Canuel) against a computer opponent. There are selectable difficulty levels and GUI. Program is written in OCaml using TK widgets.
Newspeak is a simplified programming language, well-suited for the purpose of static analysis. The compiler c2newspeak tranforms C programs into Newspeak. Other utilities to manipulate Newspeak programs are also available.
OCaml-Magic is an OCaml (http://caml.inria.fr/) binding for libmagic (to determine the type of files).