zed

Abstract engine for text edition in OCaml
README

Zed is an abstract engine for text edition. It can be used to write
text editors, edition widgets, readlines, ... You just have to
connect an engine to your inputs and rendering functions to get an
editor.

Zed provides:

  • edition state management,

  • multiple cursor support,

  • key-binding helpers,

  • general purpose unicode rope manipulation functions.

Installation

To build and install zed, use opam:

$ opam install zed

Modules

  • Zed_edit: the main module, it defines edition engines.

  • Zed_cursor: manages cursors. Cursors are automatically updated
    when the text is modified.

  • Zed_lines: maintains the offsets of beginning of lines.

  • Zed_input: helpers for implementing key bindings.

  • Zed_macro: helpers for writing macro systems.

  • Zed_utf8: general purpose UTF-8 strings manipulation.

  • Zed_rope: general purpose unicode ropes manipulation.

  • Zed_char: general purpose unicode characters manipulation.

  • Zed_string: general purpose unicode strings manipulation.

Install
Published
31 May 2020
Sources
3.1.0.tar.gz
md5=51e8676ba972e5ad727633c161e404b1
Dependencies
charInfo_width
>= "1.1.0" & < "2.0~"
camomile
>= "1.0.1"
dune
>= "1.1.0"
ocaml
>= "4.02.3"
Reverse Dependencies
inquire
= "0.2.0"
lambda-term
>= "3.0.0" & < "3.3.0"
ocp-browser
>= "1.2"