~brettgilio/orcircd-opam

a1ba2f1c8fc09d69570a750f2ffa2bd7f0eeb31a — Evan Straw 1 year, 1 month ago 633e627
Make grammatical edits to README
2 files changed, 18 insertions(+), 18 deletions(-)

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## Purpose

As [orcircd](https://sr.ht/~brettgilio/orcircd/) is developed it became apparent that many different
independent libraries would have to be constructed to fulfill
implementations for various RFCs. These libraries were created
to not only fulfill the needs of `orcircd`, but also to be
contributed back to the general OCaml ecosystem.

Much of the OCaml ecosystem is centered around [opam](https://opam.ocaml.org/) which facilitates
the package management of OCaml for both development workflows, and
As [orcircd](https://sr.ht/~brettgilio/orcircd/) is being developed, it has become apparent that many different
independent libraries need to be constructed to fulfill
implementations for various RFCs. These libraries are created to not
only fulfill the needs of `orcircd`, but also to be contributed back
to the general OCaml ecosystem.

Much of the OCaml ecosystem is centered around [opam](https://opam.ocaml.org/), which facilitates
the package management of OCaml for both development workflows and
general end-user use-cases.

While the intent of the `orcircd` development team is to contribute


@@ 36,7 36,7 @@ having `opam` initialized as detailed in [HACKING](https://git.sr.ht/~brettgilio

Next, navigate to the `orcircd` directory and establish the repository.
If you initialized `opam` with `--enable-shell-hook` you may proceed
to the next step, otherwise:
to the next step, otherwise execute:

`$ opam switch <name-of-orcircd-switch>`


M docs/README.org => docs/README.org +9 -9
@@ 8,14 8,14 @@ A modern, high-performance IRC server (ircd) [opam repository]


** Purpose
As [[https://sr.ht/~brettgilio/orcircd/][orcircd]] is developed it became apparent that many different
independent libraries would have to be constructed to fulfill
implementations for various RFCs. These libraries were created
to not only fulfill the needs of =orcircd=, but also to be
contributed back to the general OCaml ecosystem.

Much of the OCaml ecosystem is centered around [[https://opam.ocaml.org/][opam]] which facilitates
the package management of OCaml for both development workflows, and
As [[https://sr.ht/~brettgilio/orcircd/][orcircd]] is being developed, it has become apparent that many different
independent libraries need to be constructed to fulfill
implementations for various RFCs. These libraries are created to not
only fulfill the needs of =orcircd=, but also to be contributed back
to the general OCaml ecosystem.

Much of the OCaml ecosystem is centered around [[https://opam.ocaml.org/][opam]], which facilitates
the package management of OCaml for both development workflows and
general end-user use-cases.

While the intent of the =orcircd= development team is to contribute


@@ 36,7 36,7 @@ having =opam= initialized as detailed in [[https://git.sr.ht/~brettgilio/orcircd

Next, navigate to the =orcircd= directory and establish the repository.
If you initialized =opam= with =--enable-shell-hook= you may proceed
to the next step, otherwise:
to the next step, otherwise execute:

=$ opam switch <name-of-orcircd-switch>=