ppx_deriving

Type-driven code generation for OCaml (by ocaml-ppx)

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  • My Thoughts on OCaml
    11 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 25 Apr 2023
    > You gave a beautiful answer about programming language

    You do the same thing as in Rust, Scala or Haskell and derive the printer [1]. Then at the callsite, if you know the type then you do `T.show` to print it or `T.eq`. If you don't know the type, then you pass it in at the top level as a module and then do `T.show` or `T.eq`.

    > Or to convert one type into another type?

    If you want to convert a type, then you have a type that you want to convert from such as foo and bar, then you do `Foo.to_bar value`.

    We can keep going, but you can get the point.

    You _can't_ judge a language by doing what you want to do with one language in another. If I judge Rust by writing recursive data structures and complaining about performance and verbosity that's not particularly fair correct? I can't say that Dart is terrible for desktop because I can't use chrome developer tools on its canvas output and ignore it's hot-reloading server. I can't say Common Lisp code is unreadable because I don't have type annotations and ignore the REPL for introspection.

    [1] https://github.com/ocaml-ppx/ppx_deriving

  • Is rust serde unique?
    6 projects | /r/rust | 19 Apr 2023
    Ocaml has the amazing ppx_deriving which can be used for serialization / deserialization in various formats.
  • Question on type declaration syntax
    2 projects | /r/ocaml | 17 Apr 2023
    I wrote a CLI tool and I'd like to produce statically linked binaries of my tool. However, I cannot do this because I'm using the ppx_deriving deriving preprocessor, and I cannot produce a statically linked executable while using this package.
  • OCaml at First Glance
    5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Aug 2022
    Not great, not terrible; the language supports annotations which mean nothing to the compiler but which pre-processors can take advantage of, and there is a framework called ppx which you can use to write your own preprocessor. There exist many pre-processors to do things like add inline tests, generate getter/setter/pretty-printing functions, and so on. Here is an example:

    https://github.com/ocaml-ppx/ppx_deriving

  • Bad documentation of Jane Street libraries
    3 projects | /r/ocaml | 23 Mar 2022
    is from https://github.com/ocaml-ppx/ppx_deriving
  • Recommended method for pretty-printing collections in Core?
    2 projects | /r/ocaml | 9 Oct 2021
    Have you tried to derive a print function using https://github.com/ocaml-ppx/ppx_deriving
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ocaml-ppx/ppx_deriving is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of ppx_deriving is OCaml.

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