Articles tagged with Highlights


Authors: Muriel, OCamlPro
Date: 2021-02-02
Category: OCamlPro

2020 at OCamlPro OCamlPro was created in 2011 to advocate the adoption of the OCaml language and formal methods in general in the industry. While building a team of highly-skilled engineers, we navigated through our expertise domains, delivering works on the OCaml language and tooling, training comp... (Read more)


Authors: Thomas Blanc
Date: 2020-03-23
Category: OCaml
Tags: ocaml, highlights, GC

An in-depth Look at OCaml’s new "Best-fit" Garbage Collector Strategy The Garbage Collector probably is OCaml’s greatest unsung hero. Its pragmatic approach allows us to allocate without much fear of efficiency loss. In a way, the fact that most OCaml hackers know little about it is a good sign:... (Read more)


Authors: Thomas Blanc
Date: 2019-09-20
Category: OCaml

A look back on OCaml since 2011 As you already know if you’ve read our last blogpost, we have updated our OCaml cheat sheets starting with the language and stdlib ones. We know some of you have students to initiate in September and we wanted these sheets to be ready for the start of the school yea... (Read more)


Authors: Çagdas Bozman
Date: 2014-05-20
Category: OCamlPro

Here is a short report on some of our activities in April 2014, and a short analysis of OCaml evolution since its first release. OPAM Improvements We're still working on release 1.2. It was decided to include quite a few new features in this release, which delayed it a little bit since we want to be... (Read more)


Authors: Çagdas Bozman
Date: 2014-03-05
Category: OCamlPro

Here is a short report of some of our activities in February 2014 ! Displaying what OPAM is doing After releasing version 1.1.1, we have been very busy preparing the next big things for OPAM. We have also steadily been improving stability and usability, with a focus on friendly messages: for example... (Read more)


Authors: Çagdas Bozman
Date: 2014-02-05
Category: OCamlPro

Here is a short report of some of our activities in last December and January ! A New Intel Backend for ocamlopt With the support of LexiFi, we started working on a new Intel backend for the ocamlopt native code compiler. Currently, there are four Intel backends in ocamlopt: amd64/emit.mlp, amd64/em... (Read more)


Authors: Çagdas Bozman
Date: 2013-11-01
Category: OCamlPro
Tags: highlights

Here is a short report of our activities in September-October 2013. OCamlPro at OCaml’2013 in Boston We were very happy to participate to OCaml’2013, in Boston. The event was a great success, with a lot of interesting talks and many participants. It was a nice opportunity for us to present some ... (Read more)


Authors: Çagdas Bozman
Date: 2013-09-04
Category: OCamlPro
Tags: highlights

Here is a short report on the different projects we have been working on in August. News from OCamlPro Compiler Optimizations After our reports on better inlining have raised big expectations, we have been working hard on fixing the few remaining bugs. An enhanced alias/constant analysis was added, ... (Read more)