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Top 6 OCaml reasonml Projects
This tracks with how I've seen "normal" languages converge on similar, flawed imitations of better type systems through tools and repurposed syntax. Thank you for confirming.
Do you have any recommendations or warnings regarding general languages which reach in the opposite direction? Reason and F# are both examples: they attach pre-existing ecosystems and compile-for-$PLATFORM tools to OCaml-like typing.
OCaml itself is also intriguing for personal projects. However, I'm worried the "GPL" in its standard library's LGPL license might scare people despite both the linking exception and Jane Street's MIT alternative.
Tidy, feature-complete Web frameworkProject mention: Ask HN: What Happened to Elm? | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-02-10
> It sounds like you read my statement as "run the exact same code in node or OCaml" which I agree would have been very hard.
Hello! Indeed, I did misunderstand you. I agree that it was possible to share some parts of the code between Reason's JS target with BuckleScript, and native target with the stock OCaml compiler. I think a pretty reasonable number of people did that. Actually, it's still possible to this day even with ReScript e.g. https://github.com/aantron/dream/tree/master/example/w-fulls...
> Between the breaking changes and the general change in development philosophy...switching to the ReScript compiler for my project would have required nearly a complete rewrite.
There were perhaps a couple of minor breaking changes but can you explain why it would have required a near complete rewrite? I wasn't aware of anything major like that. ReScript even supported and as far as I know, to this day continues to support the old Reason syntax.
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I don't really use ts-belt to be certain, but by looking at the source, it seems that it's using genType, which can generate TS types from ReScript values, and that makes interop work really well.
Experimental web framework for ReasonML & OCaml
js_of_ocaml bindings for ReactJS. Based on ReasonReact.
Fast, safe and composable streaming abstractions. (by odis-labs)Project mention: Reading Files in OCaml | /r/ocaml | 2022-11-29
The implementation of Streaming.Stream (https://github.com/odis-labs/streaming/blob/e8ac92d66f0bfa757b8ebc054d3c35648c07ad2f/streaming/Types.ml) uses a somewhat mixed approach for push-streams where it is possible for both inputs and outputs to be cleaned up deterministically.
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