camlp4 extension for pattern matching with regexps - runtime
DescriptionMikmatch provides enhanced pattern matching with regexps for OCaml. The goal of Mikmatch is to make text-oriented programs even easier to write, read and run without losing the unique and powerful features of OCaml. Mikmatch provides a concise and highly readable syntax for regular expressions, and integrates it into the syntax of OCaml thanks to Camlp4. The implementation of Mikmatch consists essentially of:
* a library which is loaded by the OCaml preprocessor (Camlp4) and
defines sophisticated "macros", i.e. the modified syntax;
* a traditional library (runtime) which is required by the programs that
use the Mikmatch syntax;
* a dedicated 'mikmatch' command which can be used as a replacement for
'ocaml' in scripts or as an interactive toplevel. It performs automatically
these steps: preprocessing, compilation and execution.This package contains the shared runtime libraries.
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