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Since we’re having a theme of dmenu today, here’s an OCaml version of it.

Originally implemented because dmenu didn’t support fuzzy-matching, which is no longer true. However, it might still be interesting in that it’s implemented in 36 lines of code.

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      Thanks! It’s missing quite a few features (such as changing color, font, and size) but was nicer than dmenu for me back in the day when I created it. At that time OCaml didn’t have good support for pulling in 3rd-party libraries, so I left that stuff out, but it’s improved a lot since then.