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oasis/oasis-0.3.0/AUTHORS.txt

+(* OASIS_START *)
+(* DO NOT EDIT (digest: ed015b4f93f97d04d297bb9801e8f1bb) *)
+Authors of oasis
+Sylvain Le Gall
+(* OASIS_STOP *)

oasis/oasis-0.3.0/CHANGES.txt

+2012-06-28 Sylvain Le Gall <sylvain AT le-gall.net>
+
+  * Version 0.3.0
+
+  * EXTREMLY IMPORTANT changes (read this):
+
+    * Fix bug with scanf %S@\n for ocaml 4.00. We were unfortunetaly using an
+      undocumented tolerance of Scanf in the previous version. You should
+      consider making new release using this version that fixed this. 
+
+      PACKAGES uploaded to oasis-db will be automatically "derived" before
+      OCaml 4.00 release (i.e.  oUnit v1.1.1 will be regenerated with this new
+      version as oUnit v1.1.1~oasis1).
+
+      PACKAGES not uploaded to oasis-db need to be regenerated. In order not to 
+      break 3rd party tools that consider a tarball constant, I recommend to 
+      create a new version.
+
+      Thanks to INRIA OCaml team for synchronizing with us on this point.
+
+  * Major changes: 
+
+    * Handle the field "Pack: true" to be able to create packed libraries. It
+      also installs .mli files for documentation into the target directory.
+      The pack option is only supported for "OASISFormat: 0.3", you will need
+      to update the version of your _oasis file to match it.
+
+
+    * Introduce --[enable|disable]-[tests|docs] to disable tests and docs at
+      oasis level. It seems a very common pattern to have a "Flag tests" to
+      turn off by default the tests. This is now define as a standard var and
+      you should remove you previous "Flag tests" but you can continue to
+      use "flag(tests)" where needed.
+
+      You can now have the following example:
+      ...
+
+      Executable test_exec
+        Install: false
+        Build$: flag(tests)
+        MainIs: testExec.ml
+        BuildDepends: oUnit
+
+      Test main
+        Command: $test_exec
+        TestTools: test_exec
+
+      ...
+
+      The "Run$: flag(tests)" is implicit for the section "Test main". The
+      default value is "false" for tests. If all the executable for test are
+      flagged correctly (Build$: flag(tests)), you'll get rid of the dependency
+      on oUnit.
+
+      It works the same for documentation, however the default is "true".
+      (Closes: #866)
+
+    * Allow to define interdependent flags
+      
+       In order to allow interdependent flags, we transform back lazy values into
+       'unit -> string' functions. This allows to change a flag value on the
+       command line and to update all the dependent values. 
+       (Closes: #827, #938)
+
+    * Deprecate the subcommand 'oasis setup-dev' in favor of 
+      'oasis setup -setup-update {none|weak|dynamic}'
+      
+      It defines different ways to manage the auto-update of setup.ml:
+      * 'none': this is the default mode, and the one you should use when
+         distributing tarballs. No update are performed at al.
+      * 'weak': the update is only triggered when something change in `_oasis`,
+         we keep all files generated
+      * 'dynamic': the content of 'setup.ml' is ultra small (<2kB) and we only
+         keep a small 'setup.ml', 'Makefile' and 'configure'.
+      
+      The choice between 'weak' and 'dynamic' depends on your need with
+      regard to VCS and to the presence of `oasis'. The 'weak' allow to checkout
+      the project from VCS and be able to work on it, without the need of
+      installing 'oasis' as long as you don't change the file '_oasis'. But it 
+      clutter your VCS history with changes to the build system each time you 
+      change something in '_oasis'. The 'dynamic' mode gives you no VCS history 
+      pollution but makes mandatory to have installed oasis libraries.
+
+    * Don't copy executable in ocamlbuild
+    
+      Avoid copying executable to their real name. It helps to call ocamlbuild a
+      single time for the whole build rather than calling it n time (n = number
+      of executable sections) and copying resulting exec.
+      
+      This speeds up the build process because ocamlbuild doesn't have to
+      compute/scan dependencies each time.
+      
+      The drawback is that you have to use $foo when you want to call 
+      "Executable foo", because $foo will be _build/.../main.byte.
+    
+    * Change the way we parse command line like option (CCOpt, CCLib and the like). We have
+      implemented a real POSIX command line parser, except that variables are processed by
+      Buffer.add_substitute (except if correctly escaped, using
+      Buffer.add_substitute escaping). 
+      
+      For example: 
+        CCOpt: -DEXTERNAL_EXP10 -L/sw/lib "-framework vecLib"
+
+      Will be parsed correctly and outputed according to target OS. 
+
+    * Externalize ocamlmod in its own project, which become a dependencies.
+
+    * Minimize the dependencies of the project. 
+      
+      In order to ease building oasis, we have minimize the number of dependencies.
+      You only need to install ocamlmod, ocamlify and ocaml-data-notation for a 
+      standard build without tests. Dependencies on pcre, extlib and ocamlgraph has 
+      been dropped. The remaining dependencies are hidden behind a flag "tests".
+
+    * Implement proposal for handling plugin in META, using "plugin" extra directives
+
+      oasis now produces .cmxs file by default and add them to META.
+
+      Now a META looks like:
+
+      ...
+      archive(byte) = "oasis.cma"
+      archive(byte, plugin) = "oasis.cma"
+      archive(native) = "oasis.cmxa"
+      archive(native, plugin) = "oasis.cmxs"
+      ...
+
+      This will ultimately help to generate automatically .cmxs for all oasis enabled
+      projects. We hope that this new feature will improve dynamic linking use
+      in OCaml (esp. for project like Ocsigen).
+
+  * Other changes:
+
+    * Produce only subcommands specific helps when asked (Closes: #783)
+    * Use pager for long textual output (Closes: #782)
+    * Give the help summary directly when running just "oasis" (Closes: #781)
+    * Remove `pwd` filename prefix to avoid too long command line on Windows (Closes: #1007)
+    * Install required .cmx when installing libraries (Closes: #686, #885)
+    * Retain blanks at the beginning of line in freeform (Closes: #811)
+    * Allow PreConfCommand to create setup.data with any variables inside (Closes: #823)
+    * Allow to use setup.data in shell script and Makefile (Closes: #982)
+    * Fix execute permissions (Closes: #980)
+    * Drop extra version in ocaml version (Closes: #964, #888)
+    * Always output info messages on stderr (Closes: #785)
+    * Fix interversion in version comparator lexer (Closes: #808)
+    * Document the fact that setup.data is mandatory (Closes: #946)
+    * configure translates getopt command line to Arg (Closes: #778, #804)
+    * Generate valid META when there are line breaks in synopsis (Closes: #933)
+    * Keep owner of generated files (Closes: #793)
+    * Set -I +threads for ocamlfind ocamldoc in ocamlbuild (Closes: #949)
+    * Exclude VCS directories by default (Closes: #847)
+    * Print the configure summary in the "normal" order.
+    * Merge findlib virtual containers with the same name
+    * Synchronize plugin data for section
+    * Improve documentation
+    * Verify validity of input when parsing in quickstart (Closes: #797)
+    * Fix stack overflow when there are twice the same library (Closes: #1130)
+    * Parse license examples for DEP5 specification (Closes: #1102)
+    * Be ultra-liberal regarding version syntax (allow '_' and ' ' in the version).
+    * Allow to add extra content to META files (XMETAExtraLines)
+    * Allow to use executable name that contains "-" as a variable (replacing "-" by "_").
+
+   
+    Thanks to Anil Madhavapeddy, Pierre Chambart, Christophe Troestler, 
+    Jeremie Dimino, Ronan Le Hy, Yaron Minsky and Till Varoquaux for their help
+    with this release. 
+    
+    Also thanks to all the testers of the numerous release candidates. This
+    was a long work and each time a tester has downloaded oasis has helped me
+    to know that I was working for someone.
+
+2010-10-16 Sylvain Le Gall <sylvain.le-gall AT ocamlcore.com>
+
+  * Version 0.2.0
+
+  * Split the project into 3 libraries and one executable:
+    * oasis: the core library
+    * oasis.base: the runtime library
+    * oasis.builtin-plugins: various plugins (ocamlbuild, internal, none, custom)
+    * the executable 'oasis' in lowercase which was 'OASIS' before 
+      (Closes: #769)
+
+  * Publish .mli and improve ocamldoc generated documentation (Closes: #667)
+
+  * oasis library:
+    * Ignore plugins even when parsing field
+    * Allow to redirect messages through a function and use a context to avoid
+      global variables. This is an OASIS-DB website requirement, but we fallback 
+      to a global variable in oasis.base
+    * Use the same policy as Debian for version comparison (copied from dpkg) 
+      (Closes: #584)
+    * Add MIT, CeCILL licenses and make unknown license less fatal 
+      (Closes: #710, #557)
+    * Allow https, ftp, mailto, svn, svn+ssh for URL (Closes: #753)
+    * Replace Str by Pcre
+    * Don't modify package data structure through plugins, we just issue warnings
+      and error when something is missing. This is compensated by a better
+      'quickstart' that can automatically complete required fields (e.g. it adds 
+      'ocamlbuild' as a BuildDependency for 'ocamlbuild' plugin).
+      (Closes: #552, #566)
+    * Set default for test type to 'custom' plugin (Closes: #562)
+    * Use a more simple lexer for _oasis (Closes: #579)
+    * Warn if the use of '\t' to indent lines is inconsistent in an _oasis file
+      (e.g. mix of ' ' and '\t')
+    * Allow to use 'flag' as environment variables in _oasis (e.g. flag test can be used as 
+      Command: echo $test) (Closes: #619)
+    * ADVANCED USERS: Create a new scheme to synchronize data between the
+      property list used to parse and print an _oasis file and the data structure
+      representing it. This is a first step to avoid carrying property lists
+      inside the data structure.  It should also allow to dump plugin data
+      directly inside the data structure rather than having to do it "by hand".
+      This allows to have a more complete quickstart support also (i.e. handling
+      plugins directly). It also allows to manipulate the datastructures in a
+      single place: with the scheme before you have to update the property list
+      and the rest of the datastructure. (Closes: #705, #733)
+
+  * oasis.base library:
+    * Exit with an error code when tests fail
+    * Don't account skipped test (Closes: #624)
+    * Delegate the "setup-dev" actions to the executable 'oasis' rather than
+      embedding it into setup.ml
+    * Add a '-version' to setup.ml to know what version has generated the file 
+      (Closes: #692)
+    * Add a '-all' target that does "-configure", "-build", "-doc" and "-test"
+      in one run (Closes: #551)
+    * Add a '-reinstall' target that 'uninstall' and 'install' (Closes: #568)
+    * Use the right command to delete file on Windows
+
+  * executable 'oasis':
+    * Use a subcommand scheme, like subversion. For example, it replaces the
+      former "OASIS -setup" by "oasis setup". Each subcommand can be a small
+      plugin
+    * Add a "query" subcommand to extract data of _oasis from command line 
+      (Closes: #691)
+    * Add a "setup-clean" subcommand that removes generated files and helps
+      cleaning OASIS_START/STOP section of their content 
+      (Closes: #564, #623, #563)
+    * Add a "check" subcommend that checks _oasis files  
+    * Greatly improve the "quickstart" subcommand:
+      * Take into account plugins in quickstart
+      * Allow to have multiple choices for field Plugins in quickstart mode
+      * Don't display help text at each question (Closes: #586)
+      * Allow to create a doc (Closes: #633)
+      * Allow to run a pager, editor or "oasis setup-dev" at the end 
+        (Closes: #580, #582)
+      * Don't accept '?' as an answer in quickstart (Closes: #587)
+      * Add examples and all available licenses in the help of License field 
+        (Closes: #559)
+    * Keep generated files when 'oasis setup-dev' is called (Closes: #743)
+
+  * Plugin "ocamlbuild":
+    * Handle "Path: ." in generated _tags correctly (Closes: #570, #588)
+    * Quick fix to handle .h files directly in CSources field
+    * Include .mli in _tags (Closes: #572)
+    * Pass -cclib and -dllpath options to ocamlmklib  (Closes: #629)
+    * Don't pass -dlllib and -dllpath options to ocamlopt (Closes: #628)
+
+  * Plugin "internal":
+    * Create parent directories when installing with InternalInstall (Closes: #555)
+    * Don't install data when section is not built (Closes: #554, #556)
+
+  * Plugin "META":
+    * Add an exists_if field to generated META file (Closes: #694)
+
+
+2010-04-08 Sylvain Le Gall <sylvain.le-gall AT ocamlcore.com>
+
+ * Initial version 0.1.0
+

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oasis/oasis-0.3.0/INSTALL.txt

+(* OASIS_START *)
+(* DO NOT EDIT (digest: 0ba4956f247cb4642db5ea3d4d15507b) *)
+This is the INSTALL file for the oasis distribution.
+
+This package uses OASIS to generate its build system. See section OASIS for
+full information. 
+
+Dependencies
+============
+
+In order to compile this package, you will need:
+* ocaml (>= 3.11.0) for all, test main, test main_loader, test main_userconf,
+  doc api-oasis, doc manual
+* findlib
+* odn (>= 0.0.3) for library oasis
+* make for all, test main, test main_loader, test main_userconf,
+  doc api-oasis, doc manual
+* ocamlmod for library base, library oasis
+* ocamlify for library base, library oasis
+* oUnit (>= 1.1.0) for executable test, executable test_loader,
+  executable test_userconf
+* fileutils (>= 0.4.2) for executable test, executable test_loader
+* expect (>= 0.0.2) for executable test
+
+Installing
+==========
+
+1. Uncompress the source archive and go to the root of the package
+2. Run 'ocaml setup.ml -configure'
+3. Run 'ocaml setup.ml -build'
+4. Run 'ocaml setup.ml -install'
+
+Uninstalling
+============
+
+1. Go to the root of the package 
+2. Run 'ocaml setup.ml -uninstall'
+
+OASIS
+=====
+
+OASIS is a program that generates a setup.ml file using a simple '_oasis'
+configuration file. The generated setup only depends on the standard OCaml
+installation: no additional library is required.
+
+(* OASIS_STOP *)
+
+i18n
+====
+
+This package supports l10n through ocaml-gettext. If you have installed
+this library, you can enable i18n by using the flag `--enable-gettext` 
+when running `ocaml setup.ml -configure`.

oasis/oasis-0.3.0/Makefile

+################################################################################
+#  OASIS: architecture for building OCaml libraries and applications           #
+#                                                                              #
+#  Copyright (C) 2008-2010, OCamlCore SARL                                     #
+#                                                                              #
+#  This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it     #
+#  under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by    #
+#  the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at     #
+#  your option) any later version, with the OCaml static compilation           #
+#  exception.                                                                  #
+#                                                                              #
+#  This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but         #
+#  WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY  #
+#  or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the file COPYING for more          #
+#  details.                                                                    #
+#                                                                              #
+#  You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License    #
+#  along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,     #
+#  Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301 USA               #
+################################################################################
+
+
+CONFIGUREFLAGS += --override ocamlbuildflags -classic-display
+
+CONFIGUREFLAGS += $(if $(shell ocamlfind query gettext),--enable-gettext,--disable-gettext)
+
+default: test
+	-OCamlDarcsPrecommit
+
+export OCAMLRUNPARAM=b
+TESTFLAGS      += -not-long
+#TESTFLAGS      += -verbose
+#TESTFLAGS      += -only-test OASIS:5:TestFull:2:../examples/packedlib:0:standard
+
+# OASIS_START
+# DO NOT EDIT (digest: bc1e05bfc8b39b664f29dae8dbd3ebbb)
+
+SETUP = ocaml setup.ml
+
+build: setup.data
+	$(SETUP) -build $(BUILDFLAGS)
+
+doc: setup.data build
+	$(SETUP) -doc $(DOCFLAGS)
+
+test: setup.data build
+	$(SETUP) -test $(TESTFLAGS)
+
+all: 
+	$(SETUP) -all $(ALLFLAGS)
+
+install: setup.data
+	$(SETUP) -install $(INSTALLFLAGS)
+
+uninstall: setup.data
+	$(SETUP) -uninstall $(UNINSTALLFLAGS)
+
+reinstall: setup.data
+	$(SETUP) -reinstall $(REINSTALLFLAGS)
+
+clean: 
+	$(SETUP) -clean $(CLEANFLAGS)
+
+distclean: 
+	$(SETUP) -distclean $(DISTCLEANFLAGS)
+
+setup.data:
+	$(SETUP) -configure $(CONFIGUREFLAGS)
+
+.PHONY: build doc test all install uninstall reinstall clean distclean configure
+
+# OASIS_STOP
+
+wc:
+	find src/ -name "*.ml" | xargs wc -l
+
+wc-setup:
+	awk -f src/tools/setup-wc.awk setup.ml
+
+headache:
+	find ./ -name _darcs -prune -false -o -name _build -prune \
+	  -false -o -name ext -prune -false -o -name bindist -prune \
+	  -false -o -name boot -prune -false \
+	  -o -name '*[^~]' -type f \
+	  | xargs headache -h _header -c _headache.config
+
+.PHONY: wc wc-setup headache
+
+# Binary distribution
+
+BINDIST_DEBUG=false
+
+bindist:
+	if ! $(BINDIST_DEBUG); then $(SETUP) -distclean; fi
+	$(SETUP) -configure
+	$(MAKE) bindist-step2 BINDIST_CUSTOM=true
+
+-include setup.data
+BINDISTDIR=$(CURDIR)/bindist
+BINDIR=$(BINDISTDIR)/bin-$(system)-$(architecture)
+
+
+ifeq ($(os_type),"Win32")
+tr_path = cygpath -w
+else
+tr_path = echo
+endif
+
+BINDISTGZ=$(pkg_name)-$(pkg_version)-bindist.tar.gz
+
+bindist-step2:
+	if ! $(BINDIST_DEBUG); then $(SETUP) -distclean; fi
+	if test -d $(BINDISTDIR); then $(RM) -r $(BINDISTDIR); fi
+	if test -e $(BINDISTGZ); then tar xzf $(BINDISTGZ); fi
+	mkdir -p "$(BINDISTDIR)"
+	mkdir -p "$(BINDISTDIR)/share/doc"
+	mkdir -p "$(BINDIR)"
+	$(SETUP) -configure \
+	  --prefix "$$($(tr_path) $(BINDISTDIR))" \
+	  --bindir "$$($(tr_path) $(BINDIR))" \
+	  --docdir "$$($(tr_path) $(BINDISTDIR)/share/doc)" \
+	  --disable-libraries \
+	  --override ocamlbuildflags "-classic-display -tag custom" \
+	  $(CONFIGUREFLAGS)
+	$(SETUP) -build
+	if ! $(BINDIST_DEBUG); then $(SETUP) -test; fi
+	if ! [ "$(os_type)" = "Win32" ]; then $(SETUP) -doc; fi
+	$(SETUP) -install
+	tar czf $(BINDISTGZ) bindist
+	-$(RM) -r $(BINDISTDIR)
+
+.PHONY: bindist bindist-step2
+
+# Source distribution
+
+dist:
+	# Check consistency of versions
+	OASIS_CMD_VER=$$(oasis version); \
+	OASIS_DIST_VER=$$(oasis query version); \
+	OASIS_SETUP_VER=$$($(SETUP) -version); \
+	if [ "x$$OASIS_CMD_VER" != "x$$OASIS_DIST_VER" ]; then \
+		echo "Must be running the same version of oasis as the one being built" >&2; \
+		exit 1; \
+	fi; \
+	if [ "x$$OASIS_SETUP_VER" != "x$$OASIS_DIST_VER" ]; then \
+		echo "Must be running the have used the same version for setup.ml  as the one being built" >&2; \
+		exit 1; \
+	fi
+	./src/tools/oasis-dist.ml
+
+.PHONY: dist
+
+# Fixing permissions
+
+fixperms:
+	for i in $$(cat _fixperms); do chmod +x "./$$i"; done
+
+.PHONY: fixperms

oasis/oasis-0.3.0/README.txt

+(* OASIS_START *)
+(* DO NOT EDIT (digest: a319542397f6b38d6e3c3e8d3428c081) *)
+This is the README file for the oasis distribution.
+
+(C) 2008-2010 OCamlCore SARL
+
+Architecture for building OCaml libraries and applications
+
+OASIS generates a full configure, build and install system for your
+application. It starts with a simple `_oasis` file at the toplevel of your
+project and creates everything required.
+
+It uses external tools like OCamlbuild and it can be considered as the glue
+between various subsystems that do the job. It should support the following
+tools:
+
+- OCamlbuild - OMake (todo) - OCamlMakefile (todo), - ocaml-autoconf (todo)
+
+It also features a do-it-yourself command line invocation and an internal
+configure/install scheme. Libraries are managed through findlib. It has been
+tested on GNU Linux and Windows.
+
+It also allows to have standard entry points and description. It helps to
+integrates your libraries and software with third parties tools like GODI.
+
+See the files INSTALL.txt for building and installation instructions. See the
+file COPYING.txt for copying conditions. 
+
+Home page: http://oasis.forge.ocamlcore.org/
+
+
+(* OASIS_STOP *)

oasis/oasis-0.3.0/TODO.txt

+* Finish guess-cmx to install all files for libraries, integrate it in buildsys
+* "..." in freeform doesn't work
+
+* recompilation of .cmxs, must have a pb in detecting update
+
+IDEAS:
+
+* oasis-autogenerate: automatically file Modules and ModulesInternal using a field
+ XAutoGenModulesExpression: src/*.mli
+ XAutoGenModulesInternal: src/*.ml, -src/*.mli
+
+* oasis-spandeps: create a directory ext/ containing depends and compile/install them
+  in the project.
+  Bonus point: use a link/file to include project checkout elsewhere on the FS
+  Bonus point: also include rev-dependencies

oasis/oasis-0.3.0/_fixperms

+configure
+src/tools/oasis-dist.ml
+src/tools/oasis
+src/tools/oasis-i18n
+src/tools/oasis-announce.ml
+examples/custom/myconfigure
+test/data/bug982/test-setup-data.sh
+test/data/bug823/postconf.sh
+test/data/bug823/preconf.sh
+test/data/bug938/postconf.sh

oasis/oasis-0.3.0/_headache.config

+################################################################################
+#  OASIS: architecture for building OCaml libraries and applications           #
+#                                                                              #
+#  Copyright (C) 2008-2010, OCamlCore SARL                                     #
+#                                                                              #
+#  This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it     #
+#  under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by    #
+#  the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at     #
+#  your option) any later version, with the OCaml static compilation           #
+#  exception.                                                                  #
+#                                                                              #
+#  This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but         #
+#  WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY  #
+#  or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the file COPYING for more          #
+#  details.                                                                    #
+#                                                                              #
+#  You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License    #
+#  along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,     #
+#  Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301 USA               #
+################################################################################
+
+| ".*\\.txt"             -> no
+| ".*\\.txt-exp"         -> no
+| ".*\\.html"            -> no
+| ".*\\.patch"           -> no
+| ".*\\.mkd"             -> no
+| ".*\\.mod"             -> no
+| ".*\\.mlify"           -> no
+| "configure"            -> no
+| ".*\\.sh"              -> skip match:"#!.*"
+| ".*\\.sh"              -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| ".*\\.ml\\.ab"         -> frame open:"(*" line:"*" close:"*)" margin:" " 
+| ".*\\.mli?"            -> skip match:"(\\*pp .* \\*)"
+| ".*\\.mli?"            -> frame open:"(*" line:"*" close:"*)" margin:" " 
+| "_headache\\.config"   -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| "_announce"            -> no
+| "_header"              -> no
+| "_fixperms"		 -> no
+| ".*\\.swp"             -> no
+| ".*\\.po"              -> no
+| ".*\\.po.bak"          -> no
+| ".*\\.mo"              -> no
+| "META"                 -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| "POTFILES"             -> no
+| "LINGUAS"              -> no
+| ".*\\.pot"             -> no
+| ".*\\.png"             -> no
+| ".*\\.mllib"           -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| ".*\\.itarget"         -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| ".*\\.itarget.in"      -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| ".*\\.odocl"           -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| "_tags"                -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| "_tags_manual"         -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| "installbuilder-license.xml" -> no
+| ".*\\.oasis"           -> no
+| "_oasis"               -> no
+| "myconfigure"          -> skip match:"#!.*"
+| "myconfigure"          -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| "myconfigure.bat"      -> frame open:"rem" line:"=" close:" "
+| "\\.boring"            -> no
+| ".*\\.pdf"             -> no
+| ".*\\.expect"          -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| "setup\\.log"          -> no
+| "setup\\.data"         -> no
+| ".*\\.data"            -> no
+| ".*\\.bat"             -> frame open:"rem" line:"#" close:"#"
+| "oasis\\.xml"          -> no
+| "oasis"                -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| "oasis-i18n"           -> frame open:"#" line:"#" close:"#"
+| "foo\.bar"             -> no
+| ".*\\.tar\\.gz"        -> no
+| ".*\\.tar\\.gz\\.asc"  -> no

oasis/oasis-0.3.0/_header

+OASIS: architecture for building OCaml libraries and applications
+
+Copyright (C) 2008-2010, OCamlCore SARL
+
+This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
+under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
+the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at
+your option) any later version, with the OCaml static compilation
+exception.
+
+This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
+WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY
+or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the file COPYING for more
+details.
+
+You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
+along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
+Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301 USA

oasis/oasis-0.3.0/_oasis

+OASISFormat:  0.3
+OCamlVersion: >= 3.11.0
+Name:         oasis
+Version:      0.3.0
+LicenseFile:  COPYING.txt
+License:      LGPL-2.1 with OCaml linking exception
+BuildType:    ocamlbuild (0.3)
+Authors:      Sylvain Le Gall
+Copyrights:   (C) 2008-2010 OCamlCore SARL
+Homepage:     http://oasis.forge.ocamlcore.org/
+Plugins:      DevFiles (0.3), StdFiles (0.3), META (0.3)
+FilesAB:      src/oasis/OASISConf.ml.ab
+BuildTools:   ocamlbuild, make
+
+Synopsis: Architecture for building OCaml libraries and applications
+Description:
+  OASIS generates a full configure, build and install system for your
+  application. It starts with a simple `_oasis` file at the toplevel of your
+  project and creates everything required.
+  .
+  It uses external tools like OCamlbuild and it can be considered as the glue
+  between various subsystems that do the job. It should support the following
+  tools:
+  .
+  - OCamlbuild
+  - OMake (todo)
+  - OCamlMakefile (todo),
+  - ocaml-autoconf (todo)
+  .
+  It also features a do-it-yourself command line invocation and an internal
+  configure/install scheme. Libraries are managed through findlib. It has been
+  tested on GNU Linux and Windows.
+  .
+  It also allows to have standard entry points and description. It helps to
+  integrates your libraries and software with third parties tools like GODI.
+
+Flag libraries
+  Description: Install oasis and base libraries, for plugins development
+
+Flag gettext
+  Description: Use ocaml-gettext for i18n
+  Default: false
+
+if flag(gettext)
+  PostBuildCommand: $make -C po all
+  PostCleanCommand: $make -C po clean
+  PostInstallCommand:   $make -C po install PODIR=$prefix/share/locale
+  PostUninstallCommand: $make -C po install PODIR=$prefix/share/locale
+
+Library oasis
+  Path: src/oasis
+  Modules: FormatExt,
+           FormatMarkdown,
+           ODNFunc,
+           PropList,
+           OASISUtils,
+           OASISUnixPath,
+           OASISContext,
+           OASISGettext,
+           OASISMessage,
+           OASISTypes,
+           OASISParse,
+           OASISValues,
+           OASISExpr,
+           OASISVersion,
+           OASISLicense,
+           OASISFileTemplate,
+           OASISBuildSection,
+           OASISDocument,
+           OASISExecutable,
+           OASISFlag,
+           OASISLibrary,
+           OASISPackage,
+           OASISSourceRepository,
+           OASISTest,
+           OASISPlugin,
+           OASISSchema,
+           OASISSection,
+           OASISData,
+           OASISString,
+           OASISExec,
+           OASISFileUtil,
+           OASISHostPath,
+           OASISGraph
+  InternalModules: OASISVersion_types,
+                   OASISVersion_lexer,
+                   OASISVersion_parser,
+                   OASISLicense_types,
+                   OASISLicense_lexer,
+                   OASISLicense_parser,
+                   OASISValues_lexer,
+                   OASISSchema,
+                   OASISConf,
+                   OASISAst,
+                   OASISCheck,
+                   OASISRecDescParser,
+                   OASISCustom,
+                   OASISQuickstart,
+                   OASISHelp,
+                   OASISFormat,
+                   OASISSection_intern,
+                   OASISBuildSection_intern,
+                   OASISDocument_intern,
+                   OASISExecutable_intern,
+                   OASISFlag_intern,
+                   OASISLibrary_intern,
+                   OASISPackage_intern,
+                   OASISSourceRepository_intern,
+                   OASISTest_intern,
+                   OASISSchema_intern,
+                   OASISPath_intern
+  CompiledObject: Best
+  BuildDepends: unix, odn (>= 0.0.3)
+  BuildTools+: ocamlmod, ocamlyacc, ocamllex, ocamlify
+  XMETADescription: _oasis file functions
+  Install$: flag(libraries)
+
+Library base
+  Path: src/base
+  Modules: BaseArgExt,
+           BaseBuilt,
+           BaseCheck,
+           BaseCustom,
+           BaseData,
+           BaseDoc,
+           BaseEnvLight,
+           BaseEnv,
+           BaseFileAB,
+           BaseGenerate,
+           BaseLog,
+           BaseOCamlcConfig,
+           BaseSetup,
+           BaseStandardVar,
+           BaseTest,
+           BaseDynVar,
+           BaseMessage,
+           BaseContext
+  CompiledObject: Best
+  BuildDepends: oasis
+  BuildTools+: ocamlmod, ocamlify
+  FindlibParent: oasis
+  XMETADescription: 'setup.ml' modules for OASIS
+  Install$: flag(libraries)
+
+Library "builtin-plugins"
+  Path: src
+  Modules: OASISBuiltinPlugins,
+           plugins/extra/META/METAPlugin,
+           plugins/internal/InternalConfigurePlugin,
+           plugins/internal/InternalInstallPlugin,
+           plugins/none/NonePlugin,
+           plugins/ocamlbuild/OCamlbuildPlugin,
+           plugins/ocamlbuild/OCamlbuildDocPlugin,
+           plugins/ocamlbuild/OCamlbuildCommon,
+           plugins/custom/CustomPlugin,
+           plugins/extra/devfiles/DevFilesPlugin,
+           plugins/extra/stdfiles/StdFilesPlugin
+  InternalModules: plugins/none/NoneData,
+                   plugins/internal/InternalData,
+                   plugins/internal/InternalId,
+                   plugins/ocamlbuild/OCamlbuildData,
+                   plugins/ocamlbuild/OCamlbuildId,
+                   plugins/ocamlbuild/MyOCamlbuildBase,
+                   plugins/ocamlbuild/MyOCamlbuildFindlib,
+                   plugins/custom/CustomData,
+                   plugins/extra/META/METAData,
+                   plugins/extra/devfiles/DevFilesData,
+                   plugins/extra/stdfiles/StdFilesData
+  CompiledObject: Best
+  BuildDepends: oasis, oasis.base
+  FindlibParent: oasis
+
+Library cli
+  Path:             src/cli
+  Modules:          SubCommand,
+                    ArgExt,
+                    Pager
+  InternalModules:  CLIData
+  CompiledObject:   byte
+  BuildDepends:     oasis, oasis.base
+  FindlibParent:    oasis
+  XMETADescription: 'setup.ml' modules for OASIS
+  Install$:         flag(libraries)
+