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merlin - This is now the official location of the Merlin project.

  •    Python

This repository contains the Neural Network (NN) based Speech Synthesis System developed at the Centre for Speech Technology Research (CSTR), University of Edinburgh.Merlin is a toolkit for building Deep Neural Network models for statistical parametric speech synthesis. It must be used in combination with a front-end text processor (e.g., Festival) and a vocoder (e.g., STRAIGHT or WORLD).

merlin - Observes network connection status & gives callbacks

  •    Java

Merlin aims to simplify network monitoring. Providing 3 registerable callbacks for network connectivity changes. onConnect() , onDisconnect() and onBind(NetworkStatus networkStatus).

vscode-reasonml - OCaml & Reason support for Visual Studio Code

  •    TypeScript

There is an #editorsupport channel on the Reason discord server. If you would like to discuss an idea or need help or have other feedback you can usually find me (@freebroccolo) idling there. The Reason installation steps also installs Merlin for you, so you can skip the Merlin installation in the next section.




atom-ocaml-merlin - Linting and autocompletion for Ocaml in Atom

  •    CoffeeScript

Use ocamlmerlin to autocomplete, lint, refactor and navigate your OCaml/Reason code in Atom. Linting is performed on save or while typing by linter. Autocompletion is performed on the fly by autocomplete-plus.

sublime-text-merlin - Merlin package for Sublime Text 3

  •    Python

This plugin for Sublime Text 3 allows you to analyse OCaml source code, autocomplete and infer types while writing. It checks automatically for syntax or type errors. Sublime-Text-Merlin is licensed under the MIT License. See the file LICENSE.md for more details.

reason-cli - Globally installable Reason toolchain.

  •    Makefile

Reason toolchain packaged for npm. Supported: Installing via NPM/Yarn, on Mac OS or Linux.

vim-reason-legacy - Fallback Reason Vim editor integration

  •    Vim

The command :ReasonPrettyPrint invokes the binary refmt which must be available on your PATH. You can set g:vimreason_extra_args_expr_reason to control the arguments passed to refmt (such as --print-width). The contents of g:vimreason_extra_args_expr_reason is a string that contains a VimScript expression. This allows you do dynamically determine the formatting arguments based on things like your window width.