Support for OCaml 4.12.0 and 4.13.0.
Fix import of private aliases.
override 0.3.0, 2020-05-18
support for OCaml 4.11.0
ppx_derivingare not dependencies anymore.
override 0.2.2, 2019-09-27
support for OCaml 4.09.0
compatible with the latest versions of ppxlib and ppx_deriving
override 0.2.1, 2019-07-04
attributes applied on
[%%types]are applied once by declaration
group. (Previously, attributes were applied to each types in a group,
leading ppxlib's deriving to make n * n expansions for a group of
n types -- one for each type/attribute pair).
override 0.2.0, 2019-07-01
compatibility with OCaml 4.08.0
remove dependency to ppx_tools
bootstrapped equivalence checking for Parsetree.core_type: matching
between types for applying rewriting rules is now complete, and is
implemented by overriding Parsetree and deriving eq. The former
incomplete equivalence checking is used to bootstrap.
support aliases even if the target module is defined in the same
module (we do not take declaration order into account yet, so there
can be wrong shadowings, and even loops, even if we suppress the
renamed types are substituded globally in mutually recursive type
override 0.1.0, 2019-05-09
generalizes ppx_import by allowing a whole module to be imported
with all its types, possibly with annotations.
module overriding: mechanization of Gabriel Scherer's post on Gagallium blog
type rewriting: types can be systematically annotated, substituted,
renamed, or removed. Transformations such as those that are described in
the comments of ast/ast.ml in ppxlib sources can be mechanized.