tyxml 3.5.0-2build1 source package in Ubuntu

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tyxml (3.5.0-2build1) bionic; urgency=medium

  * Rebuild against new OCAML ABIs.

 -- Gianfranco Costamagna <email address hidden>  Sat, 28 Oct 2017 16:41:45 +0200

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Gianfranco Costamagna on 2017-10-28
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Debian OCaml Maintainers
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libtyxml-ocaml: typed XML in OCaml (plugins)

 TyXML allows one to build XML trees whose validity is ensured by the
 typechecker. It's based on a translation of XML types into polymorphic
 variants, originally written by Thorsten Ohl. Currently, the
 transcription has been done for XHTML 1.0 and 1.1, HTML5 and SVG
 (partial).
 .
 TyXML also provides a generic printer and some low-level (and
 untyped) iterators over XML trees. The printer has options for
 printing XHTML in more browser-friendly way when served as
 "text/html" (instead of "text/xml"). HTML5 is always printed with
 those options.
 .
 All modules provided by TyXML are also provided in functorial
 interface, where every module is parameterised by the underlying XML
 representation.
 .
 A camlp4 extension, named Pa_tyxml, allows one to write HTML pages or
 HTML fragments with the usual syntax.
 .
 This package contains dynamically loadable modules for plugins.

libtyxml-ocaml-dbgsym: debug symbols for libtyxml-ocaml
libtyxml-ocaml-dev: typed XML in OCaml (development files)

 TyXML allows one to build XML trees whose validity is ensured by the
 typechecker. It's based on a translation of XML types into polymorphic
 variants, originally written by Thorsten Ohl. Currently, the
 transcription has been done for XHTML 1.0 and 1.1, HTML5 and SVG
 (partial).
 .
 TyXML also provides a generic printer and some low-level (and
 untyped) iterators over XML trees. The printer has options for
 printing XHTML in more browser-friendly way when served as
 "text/html" (instead of "text/xml"). HTML5 is always printed with
 those options.
 .
 All modules provided by TyXML are also provided in functorial
 interface, where every module is parameterised by the underlying XML
 representation.
 .
 A camlp4 extension, named Pa_tyxml, allows one to write HTML pages or
 HTML fragments with the usual syntax.
 .
 This package contains the development files needed to use TyXML.

libtyxml-ocaml-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for libtyxml-ocaml-dev
libtyxml-ocaml-doc: typed XML in OCaml (documentation)

 TyXML allows one to build XML trees whose validity is ensured by the
 typechecker. It's based on a translation of XML types into polymorphic
 variants, originally written by Thorsten Ohl. Currently, the
 transcription has been done for XHTML 1.0 and 1.1, HTML5 and SVG
 (partial).
 .
 TyXML also provides a generic printer and some low-level (and
 untyped) iterators over XML trees. The printer has options for
 printing XHTML in more browser-friendly way when served as
 "text/html" (instead of "text/xml"). HTML5 is always printed with
 those options.
 .
 All modules provided by TyXML are also provided in functorial
 interface, where every module is parameterised by the underlying XML
 representation.
 .
 A camlp4 extension, named Pa_tyxml, allows one to write HTML pages or
 HTML fragments with the usual syntax.
 .
 This package contains the documentation of TyXML.