pyml

Author Thierry Martinez <martinez@nsup.org>
License BSD
Homepage http://pyml.gforge.inria.fr
Issue Tracker http://pyml.gforge.inria.fr/tracker
Maintainer Thierry Martinez <martinez@nsup.org>
Dependencies
ocamlfind
Published Dec 23, 2016
Source [http] http://pyml.gforge.inria.fr/pyml-20161224.tar.gz
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``py.ml``: OCaml bindings for Python

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py.ml provides OCaml bindings for Python 2 and Python 3. This library subsumes the pycaml library, which is no longer actively maintained.

Homepage: http://pyml.gforge.inria.fr

Documentation: http://pyml.gforge.inria.fr/doc

Git: git clone http://pyml.gforge.inria.fr/pyml.git

Git Repository Browser: http://pyml.gforge.inria.fr/browser

Tracker for bug reports and feature requests: http://pyml.gforge.inria.fr/tracker

OPAM: opam install pyml

The Python library is linked at runtime and the same executable can be run in a Python 2 or a Python 3 environment. py.ml does not require any Python library at compile time, nor any other dependency.

Bindings are split in three modules:

  • Py provides the initialization functions and some high-level bindings, with error handling and naming conventions closer to OCaml usages.

  • Pycaml provides a signature close to the old Pycaml module, so as to ease migration.

  • Pywrappers provides low-level bindings, which follow closely the conventions of the C bindings for Python. Submodules Pywrappers.Python2 and Pywrappers.Python3 contain version-specific bindings.

No package is dependent