Raml: library for directly interacting with the C OCaml runtime, in Rust

Raml is a library for directly interacting with the C OCaml runtime, in Rust.
Consquently, raml is designed for rust shared objects that expose raw C FFI bindings,
which are then either statically or dynamically linked against an OCaml binary, which calls… Read more

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