OCamlSpotter strongly depends on OCaml compiler implementation and its compiler-libs library.
You need use the correct pairs of compiler and OCamlSpotter.
-https://email@example.com/camlspotter/ocamlspot provides OCamlSpotter branches
-for each OCaml versions:
+https://bitbucket.org/camlspotter/ocamlspot provides OCamlSpotter branches for each OCaml versions:
* ocaml-version-name : compilable against the given OCaml version
* default : For the latest OCaml development version or something around. Probably not for you.
* dev : default + something experimental. Absolutely not for you unless you are explicitly instructed to use this.
+To work with OCamlSpotter
+To browse modules correctly,
+* Compile them with -bin-annot ocaml compiler option.
+* Keep the source code and produced cmt/cmti files.
+* Install cmt/cmti files along with cmi/cma/cmxa files.
+Otherwise OCamlSpotter complains that it cannot find required cmt/cmti files.
+Normally this requires little modifications to the build script of each library:
+* Add -bin-annot to the compiler switch (for example OCAMLCFLAGS += -bin-annot)
+* Copy cmt and cmti files at installation. For example::
+ cp \*.mli \*.cmi \*.cma \*.cmt \*.cmti \*.cmxa $(INSTALLDIR)
+To facilitate this you may want to use SpotInstall( https://bitbucket.org/camlspotter/spotinstall ). SpotInstall provides:
+* No need to fix build scripts, since the compiler can produce annot/cmt/cmti files by default, if OCAML_ANNOT env var is non empty
+* Automatic cmt/cmti post installation