OCamlXARM Released for Lion
I’ve just released version 1.0.15 of OCamlXARM, an OCaml cross compiler for building iOS apps. It works with OS X 10.7 (Lion) and with the latest release of Xcode (4.3.2).
I tested the new OCamlXARM with all my iOS example apps, and also with the real-world iOS apps that we sell. So far I’ve seen no problems at all. You can download the compiler as a binary package named ocaml-3.10.2+xarm15. You can also build OCamlXARM from sources using the patches and instructions on the Compile OCaml for iOS page.
Now that OCamlXARM is working with Lion, I’ll begin to work on OCamlXSim, the OCaml compiler that builds apps to run in the iOS Simulator. As I create new versions of our tools and test apps for Lion, the older versions will remain available in the OCaml Programming Archives.
Please leave any questions or comments below, or send them to me at email@example.com. I’m especially interested to hear about any bugs in OCamlXARM (so I can fix them).
Posted by: Jeffrey