Re: tuareg et/ou ocaml-dev ?
De : Ralf Treinen <email@example.com>
À : firstname.lastname@example.org
Date : samedi 10 mars 2001 14:20
Objet : tuareg et/ou ocaml-dev ?
>On the other hand tuareg mode stands, imho, a bit apart from
>libraries in that it is a tool for the programmer. We could
>build an ocaml-devel-tools package, however I have no idea
>what else to put in such a package - in particular since this
>package would be architecture-independent.
>Any comments? Otherwise I'll issue an ITP next week and build the
May I suggest :
a package ocaml-devel-task (or task-ocaml-devel, I can't remember the usual
which leads to the installation of :
* one package ocaml-utils which may contain things like tuareg, ocamlmake
if such things do not really need to build a specific package for them
(what about tuareg "providing" (Debian parlance) some thing like
"ocaml-mode" (also in [but not "provided" the standard package ocaml (it
already contains an emacs mode if I remember well...)
* auxiliary packages like tuareg (if not in ocaml-utils), ocamlweb (I
think that ocamlweb *is* a development tool/utility), camlp4(?) and others
PS since Ocaml is a programming language, I think that
"ocaml-devel-tools" == "ocaml-utils"
(i.e utilities for a programming language are development tools ...)
PS2 I don't know if packages can "provide" *several* things ?? I suppose
this is the case ;-)