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  • ocaml

    The core OCaml system: compilers, runtime system, base libraries

    That does sound problematic, but without the code it is hard to tell what is the issue. Typically, compiling a 6kLoc file like takes 0.8 s on my machine.

  • fragnix

    Fragment-based code distribution!

    A long time ago I experimented with fragment-based code distribution. The idea is that the unit of distribution should be individual functions and not packages. The Unison language does this in practice.

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  • cmarkit

    CommonMark parser and renderer for OCaml

    omd pulls quite a lot of things, probably more than it should, due to its use of ppx_expect that pulls a lot of the Jane Street ecosystem (which is just fine if you are otherwise using core, but could feel bloated otherwise); now that it exists, cmarkit is probably a better choice for Markdown parsing. (It is more lightweight dependency-wise and probably better designed.)

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