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14525

Re: How to utop to print out really large lists.

This was really helpful! Thanks!!! Sure, List.iter can be used too, but I like being able to customize my interface. I think the interface is GREAT. It's a
Douglas Lewit
Feb 6
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14524

Re: How to utop to print out really large lists.

Hi, I for myself would not ask utop to do this, since a List.iter (fun i -> print_int i; print_string " ") yourlist is enough. And hacking in such code
Mr. Herr
Feb 6
#14524
 
14523

Re: How to utop to print out really large lists.

There are two directives to control toplevel printer cutoffs (see http://caml.inria.fr/pub/docs/manual-ocaml/toplevel.html#sec256 ) #print_depth Limit
Gabriel Scherer
Feb 5
#14523
 
14522

Re: How to utop to print out really large lists.

Sorry about the bad English. The title should have read, "How to *customize* utop to print out really large lists". Sorry if the original title was a little
Douglas Lewit
Feb 5
#14522
 
14521

How to utop to print out really large lists.

Hi everyone, So let's say that I'm using the following function to create a list of random integers: *let rec randomList lower upper size = if size = 0 then [
Douglas Lewit
Feb 5
#14521
 
14520

Re: Error with multiple ppx

Hi, I suggest you ask this on the ocaml mailing list. /Str.
Mr. Herr
Feb 3
#14520
 
14519

Error with multiple ppx

Hi I am trying to replace my usual standard type definition enhancement combination "with compare, sexp, bin_io" by the ppx equivalent. When I add [@@deriving
Johan Mazel
Feb 2
#14519
 
14518

Opam does not find homebrew-installed packages

I'm trying to install the chamo package from the opam repository. The installations fails (see error message below). Now the packages that chamo does not find
doylejonathan58
Feb 2
#14518
 
14517

Re: Problems installing cameleon

Thanks for your suggestion, but in the page you link to the author explicitly indicates that he is not maintaining Chamo any more, let alone Cameleon. I guess
doylejonathan58
Feb 2
#14517
 
14516

Re: Problems installing cameleon

hi, that sounds like a good idea: we are family. One side note to the original poster: IMO Projects/packages not found in opam are likely to be not finished,
Mr. Herr
Feb 2
#14516
 
14515

Re: Problems installing cameleon

Hi Jonathan, Maybe you could contact the author [0] of cameleon directly? Philippe. [0] http://pauillac.inria.fr/~guesdon/ Le 2 févr. 2016 5:39 AM, "'Mr.
Philippe Veber
Feb 2
#14515
 
14514

Re: Problems installing cameleon

glade is an interface designer tool/helper for gtk, your search engine will give you lots of hits. Looks like it is used in cameleon.
Mr. Herr
Feb 2
#14514
 
14513

Re: Problems installing cameleon

I have no clue what "glade" file are. Where should they be found ?
doylejonathan58
Feb 2
#14513
 
14512

Re: Problems installing cameleon

(switching to top posting) Are you sure you do have the glade dev files installed? /Str.
Mr. Herr
Feb 2
#14512
 
14511

Re: Problems installing cameleon

Here is the output of "opam list" : # Installed packages for system: base-bigarray base Bigarray library distributed with the OCaml compiler
doylejonathan58
Feb 2
#14511
 
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