OCaml 4 beta 2 has been released, and so I quickly tested OCI*ML with it. Only a couple of minor tweaks were necessary, due to the following changes:
- Some .cmi for toplevel internals that used to be installed in`
ocamlc -where`are now to be found in
`ocamlc -where`/compiler-libs. Add “
-I +compiler-libs” where needed.
- Warning 28 is now enabled by default.
The impact of these was that the toplevel prompt wasn’t working in the shell, and one non-fatal warning when compiling, so nothing that would have broken any code, but it’s good to be up-to-date. The necessary changes have been checked in on Github.
Speaking of which, bearing in mind the LinkedIn débàcle, I have a password generator too…