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Here is the latest OCaml Weekly News, for the week of June 23 to 30,

Table of Contents

finch - static site generator
ANN: Releases of ringo
OCaml 4.11, first beta release
FlexDLL 0.38 released
Other OCaml News

finch - static site generator


roddy announced

  Announcing [finch], a simple static site generator. It uses content
  written as Markdown plus YAML frontmatter like Jekyll/Hugo etc. and
  produces output with [Jingoo] templates. It also has some integrations
  with React (as in the JS library) in the form of Jingoo filters: the
  motivation behind it was to make it easier to develop sites that use
  React just for some in some parts rather than structuring the whole
  site as a single page application.



ANN: Releases of ringo

  Archive: []

Raphaël Proust announced

  Version 0.5 of `ringo' and `ringo-lwt' are now available in
  `opam'. Although this version changes `ringo-lwt' only, both packages
  are released anew to keep the version numbers in sync. This version

  • Improvement in documentation.
  • Simplifications and reduction in the memory footprint of lwt-wrapped
  • Fix for a race condition in the automatic cleanup (previously, on
    weak caches only, a promise being rejected could cause a different
    promise to be removed from the cache)
  • Fix a leak
  • More test, including a test for leakiness.

OCaml 4.11, first beta release


octachron announced

  The release of OCaml 4.11.0 is approaching.

  After three alpha releases, we have created a first beta version to
  help you adapt your software to the new features ahead of the release.

  The compatibility of the opam ecosystem with OCaml 4.11.0 is currently
  quite good, and it should be possible to test this beta without too
  much trouble.

  The source code is available at these addresses:


  The compiler can also be installed as an OPAM switch with one of the
  following commands.
  │ opam switch create ocaml-variants.4.11.0+beta1 --repositories=default,beta=git+
  │ opam switch create ocaml-variants.4.11.0+beta1+VARIANT --repositories=default,beta=git+
  where you replace VARIANT with one of these: afl, flambda, fp,

  We want to know about all bugs. Please report them here:

  If you are interested by the list of new features, and the on-going
  list of bug fixes the updated change log for OCaml 4.11.0 is available


  Compared to the last alpha release, this first beta release contains
  the following new bug fixes:


  • [#9011]: Allow linking .cmxa files with no units on MSVC by not
    requiring the .lib file to be present. (David Allsopp, report by
    Dimitry Bely, review by Xavier Leroy)



  • [#9384], [#9385]: Fix copy scope bugs in substitutions (Leo White,
    review by Thomas Refis, report by Nick Roberts)

  • [#9695], [#9702]: no error when opening an alias to a missing module
    (Jacques Garrigue, report and review by Gabriel Scherer)






  • [#7897], [#9537]: Fix warning 38 for rebound extension constructors
    (Leo White, review by Florian Angeletti)

  • [#9244]: Fix some missing usage warnings (Leo White, review by
    Florian Angeletti)





  • [#9415]: Treat `open struct' as `include struct' in toplevel (Leo
    White, review by Thomas Refis)

  • [#9416]: Avoid warning 58 in flambda ocamlnat (Leo White, review by
    Florian Angeletti)



Flambda backend

  • [#9163]: Treat loops properly in un_anf (Leo White, review by Mark
    Shinwell, Pierre Chambart and Vincent Laviron)


FlexDLL 0.38 released

  Archive: []

David Allsopp announced

  We are pleased to announce the release of FlexDLL 0.38!

  FlexDLL provides a dlopen-like interface for Windows and is used to
  simplify the linking process for the native Windows ports of OCaml and
  to allow dynamic loading of C code (bytecode stub libraries and native
  Dynlink). It is also used for the same purpose in the Cygwin ports of
  OCaml, except that they can be configured without shared library

  The release includes various bugfixes as well as proper support for
  C++ linking on mingw and linking against data symbols in import

  Please see the [release page] for more information.

[release page]

Other OCaml News

From the ocamlcore planet blog

  Here are links from many OCaml blogs aggregated at [OCaml Planet].

  • [Frama-C 21.1 (Scandium) is out. Download it here.]

[OCaml Planet]

[Frama-C 21.1 (Scandium) is out. Download it here.]


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