[ANN] Zanuda -- OCaml linter experiment

I developed a linter for my FP course in my local university. It analyzed (mostly) typed tree and performs various checks (a.k.a. lints). The list of available lints could be found here.

The discussion about a absence of litner arise from time to time
How possible is a clippy-like linter for OCaml?
and somewhere in What are the biggest reasons newcomers give up on OCaml? I’m not sure that usage of OCaml linter for non-teaching purposes is wise, but if my work will gain some traction, nobody will be able to accuse OCaml that it doesn’t have a linter.

Questions, user reports and PRs will be appreciated.

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