ottversion
A tool for writing definitions of programming languages and calculi
Ott takes as input a definition of a language syntax and semantics, in a concise and readable ASCII notation that is close to what one would write in informal mathematics. It generates output:
 a LaTeX source file that defines commands to build a typeset version of the definition;
 a Coq version of the definition;
 a HOL version of the definition;
 an Isabelle/HOL version of the definition;
 a Lem version of the definition;
 an OCaml version of the syntax of the definition. Additionally, it can be run as a filter, taking a LaTeX/Coq/Isabelle/HOL/Lem/OCaml source file with embedded (symbolic) terms of the defined language, parsing them and replacing them by typeset terms.
Authors  Peter Sewell, Francesco Zappa Nardelli and Scott Owens 

License  part BSD3, part LGPL 2.1 
Published  
Homepage  http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~pes20/ott/ 
Issue Tracker  https://github.com/ottlang/ott/issues 
Maintainer  Hannes Mehnert <hannes@mehnert.org> 
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Source [http]  https://github.com/ottlang/ott/archive/0.30.tar.gz sha256=ffd757e17d618a3162f0822e09b86d3879071e35378f47c9f6cdc16b757274ca md5=bd83649b6ec5a4dbc22ed0de6a3a81f4 
Edit  https://github.com/ocaml/opamrepository/tree/master/packages/ott/ott.0.30/opam 