We have been refreshing the OCaml GitHub organisation in an effort to better manage the growing number of projects integral to the core OCaml distribution. We are happy to announce that in recognition of its importance to the OCaml language and ecosystem as a whole, Merlin has been promoted as a headline project of OCaml.
Merlin is the defacto editor tool for OCaml, with support for Vim, Emacs, Acme, Atom, Spacemacs, VSCode and Sublime Text. It is maintained by Frédéric Bour and Thomas Refis, and has contributions from over 30 individuals. We hope that Merlin’s inclusion in the OCaml core organisation encourages further support and contribution from the community - join the discussion on the Merlin mailing list and get up to date with the current state and future plans using the project roadmap.
- testing ocaml-migrate-parsetree with `ppx_deriving_crowbar`
- Windows Unicode Support - A Bug-Fix 12 Years in the Making
- Fuzzing for CI Workflows
- Testing Your Own Fork With OCaml's GitHub CI
- Platforms, Packaging, Progress
- Merlin 3.0.0 on Windows
- A New Implementation of Git
- Major Releases of Cohttp, Conduit, DNS and TCP/IP Libraries
- OCaml 4.05.0 Released
- Intel Hyper-Threading Bug Uncovered by OCaml Developers