podge

AuthorEdgar Aroutiounian <edgar.factorial@gmail.com>
LicenseBSD-3-clause
Homepagehttp://hyegar.com
Issue Trackerhttps://github.com/fxfactorial/podge/issues
MaintainerEdgar Aroutiounian <edgar.factorial@gmail.com>
Dependencies
&ANSITerminal>= 0.6.5
base-unix
cohttp>= 0.20.0
ezxmlm
oasis>= 0.4
ocamlfind
re>= 1.3.0
stringext
tyxml4.0.0
yojson
Availableocaml-version >= "4.02.0"
PublishedApr 5, 2016
Source [http] https://github.com/fxfactorial/podge/archive/v0.7.0.tar.gz
2cb216fb73b15110316aa1ec9273561e
StatisticsInstalled 10 times last month.
Edithttps://github.com/ocaml/opam-repository/tree/master/packages/podge/podge.0.7.0/opam

Shortcuts and helpers for common tasks in OCaml ecosystem

If you're doing any modern OCaml then you're doubtlessly annoyed by the state of libraries and committing to one of the big ones can be restricting. Podge is a single module containing specialized modules for their respectives usages for seemingly common tasks.

Some conveniences with Podge: 1) Web: Simple HTTP get/put requests that return Yojson objects 2) Yojson: Pretty printing, updating keys, and removing key-value pairs from Yojson objects 3) Unix: Read output of a process, simple daemonize. 4) Xml: Simple reading of node content given a path. 5) ANSITerminal: Create a colored string for the shell, with or without current time. 6) Other modules: Math, Html5, Analyze, Cohttp, Printf, Debugging, and List.

Podge is especially useful for Hackathons and prototyping.

No package is dependent