Evan Martin (evan) wrote in evan_tech,
Evan Martin

ocaml and lindows

"...I wrote the back end of the Click-n-Run software warehouse in ocaml. This takes the Debian repository and reprocesses all the packages to generate the database information used by the front end (the catalogue) and modifies the packages so that they fit into our distribution, modifying and generating KDE menu entries and so forth."


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