Hey @n4323 , I just saw this thread. Sorry for not seeing it before. I’m one of the reprocessing contributors.
The syntax being Reason is not the problem, currently the big issue is that the build system used to compile reprocessing (bsb-native) does not output ocamlfind files (META and .install). I’m currently working on making that work.
Once that works you’ll be able to clone Reprocessing,
npm install to get all of the deps, run bsb-native to generate the META and .install file and compile everything to one cma/cmxa library file, and then use a tool like opam-installer which should pick up the files and make the project available through ocamlfind.
I know this is tedious, and I’m very sorry about this. I wish I could find time to publish all of my packages to opam as well, or have a simpler way for you to install this.
An alternative to that is Esy, but @jordwalke can talk in more detail about that.
One last idea could be to use bsb-native to setup your own project. It’s a simple build system, and it allows you to write in OCaml (of course!). I don’t want to turn this answer into a sales pitch so I’ll let you look at it if you want to. Here’s an example project: https://github.com/bsansouci/bsb-native-example