ecaml

Library for writing Emacs plugin in OCaml
README

Ecaml is a library for writing Emacs plugins in OCaml. It uses Emacs
25 support for plugins to load native OCaml code into Emacs.

Building a plugin

Using Jane Street jenga rules

Simply add (only_shared_object true) to the executables stanza in
your jbuild. For instance:

(executables
 ((names (my_plugin))
  (libraries (ecaml))
  (only_shared_object true)))

Then build my_plugin.so with jenga. This has been tested in opam
using jane-build.

Using other build systems

You need to use the -output-complete-obj option of ocamlopt to
produce a self-contained shared object file. For instance to build the
plugin in the example/ directory:

$ ocamlfind ocamlopt -linkpkg -package ecaml -thread -output-complete-obj \
    -runtime-variant _pic -pp ppx-jane example_plugin.ml -o example_plugin.so

Links

As of Emacs version 25, Emacs supports plugins. Here is the API:

http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/tree/src/emacs-module.h?id=e18ee60b02d08b2f075903005798d3d6064dc013

Here's a tutorial:

http://diobla.info/blog-archive/modules-tut.html

Here's an example plugin:

http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/tree/modules/mod-test/mod-test.c?id=e18ee60b02d08b2f075903005798d3d6064dc013

Licensing

Note that Emacs modules must be GPL compatible, so you must make sure
that your work based on Ecaml is released under a GPL compatible
license.

Ecaml itself is released under the Apache 2.0 license which is GPL
compatible.

Install
Sources
ecaml-v0.11.0.tar.gz
md5=1b9241fe15b0d0de78b6904b2f023b4b
Dependencies
ocaml-migrate-parsetree
>= "1.0" & < "2.0.0"
jbuilder
>= "1.0+beta18.1"
ppx_jane
>= "v0.11" & < "v0.12"
expect_test_helpers_kernel
>= "v0.11" & < "v0.12"
core_kernel
>= "v0.11" & < "v0.12"
ocaml
>= "4.04.1"
Reverse Dependencies