[omake] Can 0.10.0 be released on OPAM?

Rudi Grinberg rudi.grinberg at gmail.com
Fri Sep 9 23:45:07 BST 2016

Hi Gerd,

That bug is indeed troubling. But I just ran it and was able to reproduce it
even on the currently released version of omake ( rc1).

Perhaps it's not such a blocker after all? I'd still like to understand as well
however. Will give this a few hours this weekend.

Also, does omake currently have a working test suite? I see that

$ omake check

indeed runs some tests. But the majority of those seem to fail. Any idea on if
it's worth bringing them back or are they too old?

Thank you,


On 09/09, Gerd Stolpmann wrote:
>Hi Rudi,
>as with many spare time projects, defining a timeline is difficult.
>Nevertheless, we are fairly close to a release. There is one bug open
>where I think it is important enough to understand it because it
>affects the core DSL: https://github.com/gerdstolpmann/omake/issues/40.
>Other than that, testing would be helpful.
>Am Donnerstag, den 08.09.2016, 14:57 -0400 schrieb Rudi Grinberg:
>> Hi,
>> The improvements in 0.10.0 are great and it would be even better if
>> they were
>> available to everyone. I don't mind patiently waiting, but it would
>> be really
>> nice to hear about the timeline about making the new omake available
>> on OPAM. In
>> particular, if there's any work remaining, it would be good to
>> mention this if
>> anyone can help out.
>> If there's a stable git tag made, I can make the PR to opam-
>> repository.
>> Cheers,
>> Rudi.
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