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preparing 4.01.0.2.2.1

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-4.01.0.2.2.0 (not yet)
+4.01.0.2.2.1
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+- Bug fix for Win32
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+4.01.0.2.2.0
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 - Big clean up of cmt file traversal, by removing quick hacks introduced in porting OCamlSpot from OCaml 3 to OCaml 4.

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.0.1/descr

-OCamlSpotter - OCaml source browsing
-OCamlSpotter is a tool for OCaml source code browsing. 
-
-* You can search the definitions of names of values, functions, data types and modules.
-* Emacs and Vim helpers help your browsing via editors.
-* Definition search traverses module aliases and functor applications: if module M = N, OCamlSpotter automatically seeks the definition of M.x in N. Very helpful in the modern OCaml programming with lots of modules.
-
-OCamlSpotter 2.x uses \*.cmt and \*.cmti files created by OCaml compiler 4.00.0 or newer with -bin-annot option.
-
-Unlike OCamlSpotter 1.x, OCamlSpotter 2.x is a standalone application. You NO LONGER need compiler patching. Just make, make install, and configure ocamlspot.el.
-
-In OPAM, ocamlspot.el and ocamlspot.vim is %{lib%}/ocamlspot .

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.0.1/files/ocamlspot.install

-lib: ["ocamlspot.vim" "ocamlspot.el"]

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.0.1/opam

-opam-version: "1"
-maintainer: "jun.furuse@gmail.com"
-build: [
-  [make "all" "opt" "install" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-remove: [
-  [make "uninstall" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-(* It is known to work with 4.00.1+dev3 too *)
-ocaml-version: [>= "4.00.0" & <= "4.00.1"]

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.0.1/url

-archive: "https://bitbucket.org/camlspotter/ocamlspot/get/4.00.0.2.0.1.tar.gz"

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.1.0/descr

-OCamlSpotter - OCaml source browsing
-OCamlSpotter is a tool for OCaml source code browsing. 
-
-* You can search the definitions of names of values, functions, data types and modules.
-* Emacs and Vim helpers help your browsing via editors.
-* Definition search traverses module aliases and functor applications: if module M = N, OCamlSpotter automatically seeks the definition of M.x in N. Very helpful in the modern OCaml programming with lots of modules.
-
-OCamlSpotter 2.x uses \*.cmt and \*.cmti files created by OCaml compiler 4.00.0 or newer with -bin-annot option.
-
-Unlike OCamlSpotter 1.x, OCamlSpotter 2.x is a standalone application. You NO LONGER need compiler patching. Just make, make install, and configure ocamlspot.el.
-
-In OPAM, ocamlspot.el and ocamlspot.vim is %{lib%}/ocamlspot .

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.1.0/files/ocamlspot.install

-lib: ["ocamlspot.vim" "ocamlspot.el"]

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.1.0/opam

-opam-version: "1"
-maintainer: "jun.furuse@gmail.com"
-build: [
-  [make "all" "opt" "install" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-remove: [
-  [make "uninstall" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-(* It is known to work with 4.00.1+dev3 too *)
-ocaml-version: [>= "4.00.0" & <= "4.00.1"]

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.1.0/url

-archive: "https://bitbucket.org/camlspotter/ocamlspot/get/4.00.0.2.1.0.tar.gz"

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.1.1/descr

-OCamlSpotter - OCaml source browsing
-OCamlSpotter is a tool for OCaml source code browsing. 
-
-* You can search the definitions of names of values, functions, data types and modules.
-* Emacs and Vim helpers help your browsing via editors.
-* Definition search traverses module aliases and functor applications: if module M = N, OCamlSpotter automatically seeks the definition of M.x in N. Very helpful in the modern OCaml programming with lots of modules.
-
-OCamlSpotter 2.x uses \*.cmt and \*.cmti files created by OCaml compiler 4.00.0 or newer with -bin-annot option.
-
-Unlike OCamlSpotter 1.x, OCamlSpotter 2.x is a standalone application. You NO LONGER need compiler patching. Just make, make install, and configure ocamlspot.el.
-
-In OPAM, ocamlspot.el and ocamlspot.vim is %{lib%}/ocamlspot .

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.1.1/files/ocamlspot.install

-lib: ["ocamlspot.vim" "ocamlspot.el"]

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.1.1/opam

-opam-version: "1"
-maintainer: "jun.furuse@gmail.com"
-build: [
-  [make "all" "opt" "install" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-remove: [
-  [make "uninstall" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-(* It is known to work with 4.00.1+dev3 too *)
-ocaml-version: [>= "4.00.0" & <= "4.00.1"]

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.0.2.1.1/url

-archive: "https://bitbucket.org/camlspotter/ocamlspot/get/4.00.0.2.1.1.tar.gz"

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.1.2.1.2/descr

-OCamlSpotter - OCaml source browsing
-OCamlSpotter is a tool for OCaml source code browsing. 
-
-* You can search the definitions of names of values, functions, data types and modules.
-* Emacs and Vim helpers help your browsing via editors.
-* Definition search traverses module aliases and functor applications: if module M = N, OCamlSpotter automatically seeks the definition of M.x in N. Very helpful in the modern OCaml programming with lots of modules.
-
-OCamlSpotter 2.x uses \*.cmt and \*.cmti files created by OCaml compiler 4.00.0 or newer with -bin-annot option.
-
-Unlike OCamlSpotter 1.x, OCamlSpotter 2.x is a standalone application. You NO LONGER need compiler patching. Just make, make install, and configure ocamlspot.el.
-
-In OPAM, ocamlspot.el and ocamlspot.vim is %{lib%}/ocamlspot .

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.1.2.1.2/opam

-opam-version: "1"
-maintainer: "jun.furuse@gmail.com"
-build: [
-  [make "all" "opt" "install" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-remove: [
-  [make "uninstall" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-ocaml-version: [= "4.00.1"]

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.1.2.1.2/url

-archive: "https://bitbucket.org/camlspotter/ocamlspot/get/4.00.1.2.1.2.tar.gz"

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.1.2.1.4/descr

-OCamlSpotter - OCaml source browsing
-OCamlSpotter is a tool for OCaml source code browsing. 
-
-* You can search the definitions of names of values, functions, data types and modules.
-* Emacs and Vim helpers help your browsing via editors.
-* Definition search traverses module aliases and functor applications: if module M = N, OCamlSpotter automatically seeks the definition of M.x in N. Very helpful in the modern OCaml programming with lots of modules.
-
-OCamlSpotter uses \*.cmt and \*.cmti files created by OCaml compiler 4.00.0 or newer with -bin-annot option.
-
-In OPAM, ocamlspot.el and ocamlspot.vim is %{lib%}/ocamlspot .

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.1.2.1.4/files/ocamlspot.install

-lib: ["ocamlspot.vim" "ocamlspot.el"]
-bin: []
-toplevel: []
-misc: []

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.1.2.1.4/opam

-opam-version: "1"
-maintainer: "jun.furuse@gmail.com"
-build: [
-  [make "all" "opt" "install" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-remove: [
-  [make "uninstall" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-ocaml-version: [= "4.00.1"]

opam/ocamlspot.4.00.1.2.1.4/url

-archive: "https://bitbucket.org/camlspotter/ocamlspot/get/4.00.1.2.1.4.tar.gz"

opam/ocamlspot.4.01.0.2.2.0/descr

-OCamlSpotter - OCaml source browsing
-OCamlSpotter is a tool for OCaml source code browsing. 
-
-* You can search the definitions of names of values, functions, data types and modules.
-* Emacs and Vim helpers help your browsing via editors.
-* Definition search traverses module aliases and functor applications: if module M = N, OCamlSpotter automatically seeks the definition of M.x in N. Very helpful in the modern OCaml programming with lots of modules.
-
-OCamlSpotter uses \*.cmt and \*.cmti files created by OCaml compiler 4.00.0 or newer with -bin-annot option.
-
-In OPAM, ocamlspot.el and ocamlspot.vim is %{lib%}/ocamlspot .

opam/ocamlspot.4.01.0.2.2.0/files/ocamlspot.install

-lib: ["ocamlspot.vim" "ocamlspot.el"]
-bin: []
-toplevel: []
-misc: []

opam/ocamlspot.4.01.0.2.2.0/opam

-opam-version: "1"
-maintainer: "jun.furuse@gmail.com"
-build: [
-  [make "all" "opt" "install" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-remove: [
-  [make "uninstall" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
-]
-ocaml-version: [= "4.01.0"]

opam/ocamlspot.4.01.0.2.2.0/url

-archive: "https://bitbucket.org/camlspotter/ocamlspot/get/4.01.0.2.2.0.tar.gz"

opam/ocamlspot.4.01.0.2.2.1/descr

+OCamlSpotter - OCaml source browsing
+OCamlSpotter is a tool for OCaml source code browsing. 
+
+* You can search the definitions of names of values, functions, data types and modules.
+* Emacs and Vim helpers help your browsing via editors.
+* Definition search traverses module aliases and functor applications: if module M = N, OCamlSpotter automatically seeks the definition of M.x in N. Very helpful in the modern OCaml programming with lots of modules.
+
+OCamlSpotter uses \*.cmt and \*.cmti files created by OCaml compiler 4.00.0 or newer with -bin-annot option.
+
+In OPAM, ocamlspot.el and ocamlspot.vim is %{lib%}/ocamlspot .

opam/ocamlspot.4.01.0.2.2.1/files/ocamlspot.install

+lib: ["ocamlspot.vim" "ocamlspot.el"]
+bin: []
+toplevel: []
+misc: []

opam/ocamlspot.4.01.0.2.2.1/opam

+opam-version: "1"
+maintainer: "jun.furuse@gmail.com"
+build: [
+  [make "all" "opt" "install" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
+]
+remove: [
+  [make "uninstall" "BINDIR=%{bin}%" "PREFIX=%{prefix}%"]
+]
+ocaml-version: [= "4.01.0"]

opam/ocamlspot.4.01.0.2.2.1/url

+archive: "https://bitbucket.org/camlspotter/ocamlspot/get/4.01.0.2.2.1.tar.gz"