[ocaml-infra] Machine/VM to temporarily run some stats on OPAM repo

Louis Gesbert louis.gesbert at ocamlpro.com
Tue Aug 18 02:58:48 BST 2015

I don't know exactly what data you're gathering, but the `couverture.ml` script in opam.git/admin-scripts can be used to try and get all packages installed in a few iterations.

Just in case it might come in handy!
The script only follows solver constraints and returns a list of lists of packages.

> - Amir Chaudhry, 13/08/2015 19:10 -
> Hi folks,
> I’m working with Christophe on generating some rough data about all the packages that are part of opam repo.  To do this, we’ll need to (bare) clone all the repos themselves and then run some tools over them.
> Given the number of repos and the time it might take (possibly a few hours per run), I think it would be unwise to do this on our laptops.  I’m wondering if there’s a machine or VM available where we can run this.
> Anil, d’you know of anything we can use for this?  It doesn’t have to be up long term as it’s just to allow us to experiment.
> Amir
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