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Don't shadow the ocp-indent git repo, just clone it.

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+bin/ocp-build
 bin/ocp-indent
 elisp/contrib/auctex/Makefile
 elisp/contrib/auctex/auctex.el
 elisp/contrib/tex-site.el
 elisp/omake/scratch.el
 ocaml/contrib/ocaml_inotify/inotify_test
-ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/.git
-ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/Makefile.config
-ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/_build
-ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/config.log
-ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/config.status
-ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/main.native
-ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/src/globals.ml
-ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/tests/js-*.1.ml
-ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/tests/js-*.1.mlp
-ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/tests/js-*.diff
+ocaml/contrib/ocp-build
+ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent
 ocaml/omake/OMakefile
 ocp-indent/ocp.ml
 ocp-indent/tuareg.ml

ocaml/contrib/OMakefile

 #Subdirs()
 
-../../bin/ocp-indent:
-	cd ocp-indent && \
-	./configure --prefix=$(shell cd ../.. && pwd) && \
-	make && \
-	make install && \
-	make clean
+prefix = $(shell cd ../.. && pwd)
+
+# ocp-indent switched to ocp-build, which we put in bin
+PATH = $(PATH):$(prefix)/bin
+
+ocp-build/configure:
+	test -d ocp-build && mv ocp-build ocp-build.bak
+	git clone git://github.com/chambart/ocp-build.git # CR pszilagyi: specific rev
+
+ocp-build/config.status: ocp-build/configure
+	cd ocp-build && ./configure --prefix=$(prefix)
+
+../../bin/ocp-build: ocp-build/config.status
+	make -C ocp-build/ocp-build-boot
+	cp ocp-build/ocp-build-boot/ocp-build ../../bin/ocp-build
+	make -C ocp-build/ocp-build-boot clean
+
+ocp-indent/configure:
+	test -d ocp-indent && mv ocp-indent ocp-indent.bak
+	git clone git://github.com/OCamlPro/ocp-indent.git # CR pszilagyi: specific rev
+
+ocp-indent/config.status: ocp-indent/configure
+	cd ocp-indent && ./configure --prefix=$(prefix)
+
+../../bin/ocp-indent: ../../bin/ocp-build ocp-indent/config.status
+	make -C ocp-indent all install clean
 
 .DEFAULT: ../../bin/ocp-indent

ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/.gitignore

-Makefile.config
-_build
-config.log
-config.status
-main.native
-src/globals.ml

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ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/Makefile

-include Makefile.config
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-all: ocp-indent
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-ocp-indent:
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-clean:
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-
-install:
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-
-uninstall:
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-
-.PHONY: tests
-tests:
-	@$(MAKE) -C tests clean
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-configure: configure.ac
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ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/Makefile.config.in

-datarootdir = @datarootdir@
-prefix=@prefix@
-mandir=@mandir@
-version=@PACKAGE_VERSION@

ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/README.md

-# ocp-indent
-
-A simple tool to indent OCaml programs
-
-Authors: Thomas Gazagnaire (OCamlPro), Jun Furuse
-License: GPL v3.0
-
-## TODO:
-
-- Implement calling the program from Emacs, VI, etc.
-- Implement customization per configuration file
-- Implement tab-to-space, delete trailing spaces, etc.

ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/_tags

-true: debug

ocaml/contrib/ocp-indent/configure

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