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interface between OCaml and Java via Caml/C interface and JNI

CamlJava is an interface between OCaml and Java allowing programs written in one of the two languages to call code written in the other.

Interaction among the two languages happen via the respective C interfaces: Caml/C interface for OCaml and JNI (Java Native Interface) for Java.

Currently, CamlJava provides a low-level, weakly-typed OCaml interface very similar to the JNI. Java object references are mapped to an abstract type, and various JNI-like operations are provided to allow Java method invocation, field access, and more.

A basic callback facility (allowing Java code to invoke methods on OCaml objects) is also provided, although some stub Java code must be written by hand.

This package contain all the development stuff needed to use CamlJava from OCaml programs.




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License:LGPLv2Debian20 March 2013
License: LGPL-2

LGPL-2 CamlJava is distributed under the terms of the GNU Library General Public License, version 2. On Debian systems the full text of the license can be found at /usr/share/common-

licenses/LGPL-2 .
License:LGPLv2Debian20 March 2013
License: LGPL-2

LGPL-2 The Debian packaging is distributed under the same terms than CamlJava itself, whereas is copyright by the package


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Date 2013-03-20
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