OCamlverse is an effort to document everything worth knowing about OCaml, an industrial-strength functional programming language.
- Best Practices
- OCaml Subtleties
- Windows Support
- Future of OCaml
- Frequently asked questions
- Google Summer of Code
Want to contribute to the OCaml community? Look at some of the main missing pieces and see if you can help.
OCamlverse is intended to be a fast-moving web site that’s easy to contribute to. We maintain the site on GitHub and treat it almost like a Wiki.
We depend on the OCaml community’s help to make OCamlverse better. Please contribute! You can:
- Suggest improvements!
- Edit the site and submit a Pull Request!
- Join the team and help maintain the site! (Just ask by submitting a GitHub issue.)
Note: it is important to read our Contribution Guidelines. They explain the rules for contributing to OCamlverse and how to be a good contributor.