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Date: 2024-01-23
Category: Trainings

Welcome, dear reader, to a new series of blog posts! This series will be about everything opam. Each article will cover a specific aspect of the package manager, and make sure to dissipate any confusion or misunderstandings on this keystone of the OCaml distribution! Each technical article will be t... (Read more)

Authors: Dario Pinto
Date: 2023-12-13
Category: Tooling

From the very start OCamlPro has been trying to help ease the learning of the OCaml language. OCaml has been used around the world to teach about a variety of Computer Science domains, from algorithmic to calculus, or functional programming and compilation. The language had been long taught in Acade... (Read more)

Authors: Pierre Villemot
Date: 2023-09-18
Category: Formal Methods
Tags: alt-ergo

We are happy to announce a new release of Alt‑Ergo (version 2.5.1). Alt-Ergo is a cutting-edge automated prover designed specifically for mathematical formulas, with a primary focus on advancing program verification. This powerful tool is instrumental in the arsenal of static analysis solutions su... (Read more)

Authors: Dario Pinto, OCamlPro
Date: 2023-06-30
Category: OCamlPro

For 12 years now, OCamlPro has been empowering a large range of customers, allowing them to harness state-of-the-art technologies and languages like OCaml and Rust. Our not-so-small-anymore company steadily grew into a team of highly-skilled and passionate engineers, experts in Computer Science, fro... (Read more)

Date: 2023-06-27
Category: OCaml

Since 2022, OCamlPro has been contributing to GnuCOBOL, the only fully open-source compiler for the COBOL language. To speed-up our contributions to the compiler, we developed a new tool, autofonce, to be able to easily run and modify the testsuite of the compiler, originally written as a GNU Autoco... (Read more)

Authors: Arthur Carcano
Date: 2023-01-23
Category: Rust
Tags: Rust

It is a rainy end of January in Paris, morale is getting soggier by the day, and the bulk of our light exposure needs are now fulfilled by our computer screens as the sun seems to have definitively disappeared behind a continuous stream of low-hanging clouds. But, all is not lost, the warm rays of c... (Read more)

We are excited to announce that Nicolas will present a paper at the International Conference on Verification, Model Checking, and Abstract Interpretation (VMCAI) the 16th and 17th of January. This year, VMCAI is co-located with the Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages (POPL) conference, ... (Read more)

On last November, we released version 0.5 of ocplib-simplex, a generic library implementing the Simplex Algorithm in OCaml. It is a key component of the Alt-Ergo automatic theorem prover that we keep developing at OCamlPro. ** The Simplex Algorithm What Changed in 0.5 ? ] The simplex algorithm The S... (Read more)

Date: 2023-01-02
Category: OCaml
Tags: OCaml, compiler

We recently worked on a project to build a binary installer for OCaml, inspired from RustUp for Rust. We had to build binary packages of the distribution for every OCaml version since 4.02.0, and we were surprised to discover that their (compressed) size grew from 18 MB to about 200 MB. This post gi... (Read more)

Date: 2022-12-14
Category: OCaml

In this first post about WebAssembly (Wasm) and OCaml, we introduce the work we have been doing for quite some time now, though without publicity, about our participation in the Garbage-Collection (GC) Working Group for Wasm, and two related development projects in OCaml. WebAssembly, a fast and por... (Read more)

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