File ocaml-ppx_sexp_message.spec of Package ocaml-ppx_sexp_message

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Name:           ocaml-ppx_sexp_message
Version:        0.14.1
Release:        0
%{?ocaml_preserve_bytecode}
Summary:        A ppx rewriter for easy construction of s-expressions
License:        MIT
Group:          Development/Languages/OCaml
URL:            https://opam.ocaml.org/packages/ppx_sexp_message
Source:         %{name}-%{version}.tar.xz
BuildRequires:  ocaml-dune
BuildRequires:  ocaml-rpm-macros >= 20210121
BuildRequires:  ocaml(ocaml_base_version) >= 4.04
BuildRequires:  ocamlfind(base)
BuildRequires:  ocamlfind(ppx_here.expander)
BuildRequires:  ocamlfind(ppx_sexp_conv.expander)
BuildRequires:  ocamlfind(ppx_sexp_conv.runtime-lib)
BuildRequires:  ocamlfind(ppxlib)
BuildRequires:  ocamlfind(ppxlib.metaquot)

%description
The aim of ppx_sexp_message is to ease the creation of s-expressions
in OCaml.  This is mainly motivated by writing error and debugging
messages, where one needs to construct a s-expression based on various
element of the context such as function arguments.

%package        devel
Summary:        Development files for %{name}
Group:          Development/Languages/OCaml
Requires:       %{name} = %{version}

%description    devel
The %{name}-devel package contains libraries and signature files for
developing applications that use %{name}.

%prep
%autosetup -p1

%build
dune_release_pkgs='ppx_sexp_message'
%ocaml_dune_setup
%ocaml_dune_build

%install
%ocaml_dune_install
%ocaml_create_file_list

%check
dune_test_tolerate_fail='dune_test_tolerate_fail'
%ocaml_dune_test

%files -f %{name}.files

%files devel -f %{name}.files.devel

%changelog
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