package dkml-install-installer

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Build tools for DkML installers

Install

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Sources

dkml-install-0.5.2.tbz
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Description

Build-time executables that can generate Dune include files which will compile essential end-user executables.

Published: 27 Nov 2023

README

DkML Install API 0.5.1

The DkML Install API lets you take the tools you know (OCaml and Opam) and well-known¹ installer generators, to generate a installer for your OCaml project.

Specifically the DkML Install API lets you take a) pre-designed packages from Opam and b) installation instructions written in OCaml source code, and assembles binary artifacts that act as the primary materials to installer generators.

The full documentation is available at https://diskuv.github.io/dkml-install-api/index.html

The OCaml module documentation is available at https://diskuv.github.io/dkml-install-api/odoc/index.html

Installing

Make sure you have Opam installed and then run:

opam install dkml-install-api

Building from Source

On Windows with Diskuv OCaml:

dkml init
with-dkml opam install . --with-test --with-doc --deps-only
with-dkml dune build
with-dkml dune build `@doc

On Unix:

opam install .--with-test --with-doc --deps-only
dune build
dune build @doc

Contributing

See the Contributors section.

Dependencies (4)

  1. crunch >= "3.3.1"
  2. dkml-install-runner = version
  3. dkml-install = version
  4. dune >= "2.9"

Dev Dependencies (2)

  1. odoc with-doc
  2. alcotest >= "1.4.0" & with-test

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