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Re: Interacting with REST api's via OCaml

Thanks for the pointers I'll have to look into that! On Tue, May 12, 2015, 9:20 AM Amir Chaudhry amc79@... ... Thanks for the pointers I'll have to look
Gage Peterson
May 16
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14302

Re: Interacting with REST api's via OCaml

Cohttp would be my first thought too and I’m sure they’d welcome docs if you get around to it. You might find it useful to have a look at the GitHub API
Amir Chaudhry
May 12
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14301

Re: Ocaml applications

... Yes, it was a little careless to write things like this late at night. Counting file types of xen 4.5.0 I found 3109 *.c files, and 41 *.ml files, the
Mr. Herr
May 12
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14300

Re: Ocaml applications

... Yes there is dynamic loading of native code in OCaml, see http://caml.inria.fr/pub/docs/manual-ocaml/libref/Dynlink.html /Str.
Mr. Herr
May 12
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14299

Re: Ocaml applications

On 12.05.2015 06:15, Prasad Kursundikar prasadkursundikar@... [ocaml_beginners] ... Interesting. Data migration, or rather synchronization? Anyway, you
Mr. Herr
May 12
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14298

Re: Ocaml applications

Thanks all for the info. I work in  a project related to Email Archiving and indexing product. This product reads the mail from client's Microsoft Exchange
Prasad Kursundikar
May 11
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14297

Re: Ocaml applications

... There's one thing neither ocaml nor Modula 3 handle well. You might want to write a code generator that generates new executable code and adds it
Hendrik Boom
May 11
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14296

Re: Ocaml applications

... I took a very casual look at some of ite source code, and that part (qemu) appears to be written in a dialect of C or C++. Evidently the wrong part. Would
Hendrik Boom
May 11
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14295

Re: Ocaml applications

please see my answers inline /Str. ... Warning: there might be some opinion or personal perception here. First: OCaml is pretty much a general purpose
Mr. Herr
May 11
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14294

Re: Ocaml applications

On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 1:15 AM, prasadkursundikar@... ... OCaml is a general purpose programming language. It can be used for anything. I came to know
Ashish Agarwal
May 11
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14293

Ocaml applications

Hi all, These questions might have been asked many times.I planning to learn Ocaml. 1)What are typical use cases Ocaml excels at ? I came to know its used
prasadkursundikar
May 10
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14292

Re: Retrieving components of a regexp with ocamllex

I merely meant that your current pair rule is not a good idea. The reason why you don't read `xyz` as "`"; "xyz"; "`" is that the xyz part has no lexical
Gabriel Scherer
May 10
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14291

Re: Retrieving components of a regexp with ocamllex

« What lexers do is to split the input text in atomic units called "lexemes ». A rule should parse one lexeme, not more. » Yes, but there is no uniform rule
doylejonathan58
May 10
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Re: Retrieving components of a regexp with ocamllex

You are trying to do too much in a lexer, and should read up on how to structure a lexer+parser combination, or look at existing examples. What lexers do is to
Gabriel Scherer
May 10
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14289

Retrieving components of a regexp with ocamllex

Is it possible to read and « join » two components of a certain data structure in the lexical analysis, or must that be postponed to the parser phase ? With
doylejonathan58
May 10
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