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coThreads (formerly known as STMlib), is a concurrent programming library for OCaml. It features both high and low level constructors, for both shared-memory and message-passing style concurrency. The library is equipped with a set of source-level and ob
Simple collection of Artificial Intelligence methods implemented in OCaml
Memol is a well-structured music notation language focused on MIDI.
Simple, lightweight program for plotting 3d paths in realtime with interactive rotation and zoom.
MUgen is an emulator generator which works in a way similar to yacc. It takes an input machine description and outputs a source file which is a fully implemented emulator of that system. This is the open-source system.
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.
OGit is a Just-In-Time compilation framework written in OCaml. It currently supports 2 different back-ends (LLVM and a proprietary one).
A software for indexing and searching a samba based files sharing network.
abandoned project. No real need to do that.