Credit https://github.com/NixOS/rfcs/pull/148#issuecomment-1577236654 for linking me to this.
I was looking for another OCaml book to read over while I learn more.
Bummer. Seems the PDF links don’t work which I wanted for my e-reader. Reading from the site, I dislike having a proprietary forge logo in corner—something generic would be more appropriate for this kind of format or hidden from main navigation all together *grumble*.
Try this link for the whole book, which was found under “About This Book”: https://cs3110.github.io/textbook/ocaml_programming.pdf
This may work. I’ll give it a look later. Saved.
Have you seen Real World OCaml? You can read it online. I submitted it here.
I’ve read parts of it but I want something to read offline. Epub is best. PDF can be okay if the font can resize. Even a fullpage HTML file can easily be saved as a PDF. But as far as I can tell, these aren’t options for Real World OCaml.
You may be able to get an epub using pandoc. You can convert from html to epub:
Not sure how it will look though.
Would likely work. I’m surprised this isn’t a part of the build pipeline though if publish a book. 🤷
publishing* a book
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