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[Demexp-dev] Re: Native code compilation on MacOS X

From: Sylvain Chevillard
Subject: [Demexp-dev] Re: Native code compilation on MacOS X
Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2006 15:39:48 +0100

Hello David.

I didn't retry to understand what was wrong with the compilation on my OS X. Ideally, to report a bug I should try to find a minimal bug and I had not a lot of time to do this these two last weeks. But I keep it in mind and I will do it. I keep you informed.

About Mac OS X, a good thing and maybe not so complicated in a first time, would be to make a package for Fink ( It is surely the most common system of packages used by geeks under macintoshes so it is a good first step. I'm interested in that and can try to make the package. I'll inform you whenever I success.

Best wishes,


Le 8 févr. 06, à 20:20, David MENTRE a écrit :

Hello Sylvain,

I don't know if you have made much progress on your MacOS X use of
demexp but, regarding your compilation issue with native code, I think
you should report it either caml-list @ or directly to OCaml
developers at caml @ I don't see what is going wrong (if it
compiles with bytecode, it should compile in native code) and this seems
very platform specific, on which I can't help. Maybe a member of the
OCaml community might pin-point things to check.

Best wishes,
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