Camelia is specially designed as an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for OCaml. It was developed with the help of students and with new users in mind.
It supports syntax highlighting, tool-tip type checking, clickable error explanations, an integrated debugger, and more.
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The code is written in the Cracked Camelia With Keygen (CAML) dialect of OCaml. Camelia is a new dialect of OCaml that
supports new type classes, records, object-orientation and modules
Camelia integrates with the OCaml compiler and with the OCaml and
Oo tool-chains. Camelia is written by Camelia team, and has collaborated
with many OCaml users in the development.
Camelia: Installing and Running
Camelia can be installed with OPAM or Stack and runs from Emacs:
$ cat > cabal-opam2caml-0.5.1.gemspec
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Camelia Free Download aims at having the following capabilities:
High integration with the OCaml programming language. This means that it is fully integrated with the language and supports all OCaml constructs, including language specific constructs (classes, exception handling,…). Thus it can be used, for example, as the editor in the excellent ocaml-mode.
Very high speed. The key to this is the fast, on-the-fly code completion.
Stable and functional. Not a young project.
As of May, 2008, Camelia is feature complete and stable.
Camelia is under active development.
The interface is likely to change.
The status of the Camelia official site has changed from experimental to stable
Camelia is a distributed project, with a central server that stores the OCaml source code and provides the OCaml-specific routines for Camelia.
Camelia is an official project of the FizMozCom group.
A Visualisation Example
Here is an example of the Camelia interface. It shows an example of an interface that displays the current source code in Camelia.
Official Camelia website
Camelia on GitHub
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Camelia is a tool that is based on OCaml’s good design.
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Camelia is a development environment that is based on a windowing system. This means you can integrate different languages into one Camelia project.
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Camelia generates code at runtime, without any compilation.
Camelia supports OCaml, and with a little work it can handle any language.
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To use it, follow these steps:
Uncompress the file in a directory.
Copy the org-caml.exe file in the org-caml directory.
Start a command window.
In the comand window,
“caml_dump_mode debug_asm camelia”
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Camelia has two major modules, the editor and the compiler. Both are written in OCaml 4.00.3. The editor supports an OCaml interactive session (almost like a REPL), syntax highlighting, and code generation to HTML. The editor is very intuitive. It is based on SLIM, a content-oriented text editor developed at RISC/ALP. Like all Camelia applications, it uses UTF8 for all text files. It also supports code generation, clickable error explanations, instant launching, and others.
Apart from the editor, Camelia also includes a complete, self-standing compiler. It is the first OCaml compiler to generate code which is stack-based, byte code or native. It runs under Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX.
Camelia is implemented as a Mozilla XUL framework, and runs under XULRunner.
That is just the first page, but there are lots more pages in this PPT which shows many features of Camelia.
There are some commercial uses. This is my office which we use to implement it, but we have few other pages on that PPT which shows other features.
Here are two pages from that PPT which shows the support for IMAP, Smtp and other email services.
Here is the editor.
The normal mode.
This is another page from the PPT.
In this page we have
a tab for setting up the router
integration with the Codebench editor
the code editor
the generated code viewer.
And here are some more screenshots from the PPT.
This is the first example of the editor code. We have language support for
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