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ocamljava is an exciting looking project.  It is a modification of the
OCaml compiler so it targets Java bytecode.  You can run unmodified
OCaml programs on a JVM, call into Java libraries, call OCaml from
Java and so on.

It's fiendishly hard to build though, but after a few hours I have
most of it compiled and a reasonable-looking srpm which only has a few
rpmlint errors.

I've opened a tracking bug for this if anyone else wants to have a go:


Current spec file:



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