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Today, precisely one year after open source release, we released Opa 1.0. Check the link for exciting new features!
Today, just 365 days since the first open source release of Opa, we announce the release of Opa 1.0. Opa 1.0 introduces the last major feature we wanted for Opa: The complete support for the JavaScrip...
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I'm very interested in Opa, but I find hard to contribute to an OCaml (and derivatives) project. Is there any place where I can read the reason behind choosing OCaml over other languages?
What happened to Opa? Suddenly no news, updates, or anything. Such promise (in 2012) and then silence.
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