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|0004957||OCaml||OCaml general||public||2010-01-10 18:11||2015-03-18 17:53|
|Target Version||4.03.0+dev||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0004957: ocamlc -where, camlp4 -where, etc. add \r\n on mingw|
|Description||I may be wrong, but I would find it easier to use if the eol of the string returned by ocamlc -where etc. was \n, not \r\n|
A lot of installers are broken or partially broken because of this.
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|Also keeping only forward slashes in these paths will make the life simpler. Currently there is the mix of forward and backslashes (msvc target).|
The problem is with mingw flavour of the distribution. Usually, it is used with "unix" tools (ocamlbuild, cygwin, …), while msvc flavour tend to use more "win" tools.
OCaml tools should be able to distinguish between msvc and mingw flavour, I would say, in order to adapt their ouptputs. I don't know if it is currently possible?
I'm aware of Sys.os_type. But it seems not enough detailed to me.
"Win32" is used both for mingw and MSVC.
Modifying Sys.os_type would break a lot of code. Maybe adding: Sys.os_flavour with more detailed information (mingw, msvc, unix, osx, …) would be a good first step?
|+1 for slashes in paths, even for msvc.|
I raise the severity to major as it breaks the installers. I think it would be sensible to expect from mingw port to return Unix style EOL delimiters.
However I think we don't expect it to fix it before 4.00.2, if you think it's a showstopper then please do let us know promptly, thanks.
|I'm not sure that the mingw and the msvc should behave differently. I understand that the current situation can break installers, but why is it specific to the mingw port? It makes perfect sense to use the msvc port even e.g. from Cygwin.|
|2010-01-10 18:11||matt||New Issue|
|2010-01-11 11:07||ygrek||Note Added: 0005226|
|2011-05-31 16:42||doligez||Status||new => acknowledged|
|2011-12-15 10:03||matt||Note Added: 0006305|
|2011-12-15 10:57||ripoche||Note Added: 0006307|
|2012-07-11 13:32||doligez||Target Version||=> 4.01.0+dev|
|2012-07-31 13:36||doligez||Target Version||4.01.0+dev => 4.00.1+dev|
|2012-09-10 05:09||meyer||Note Added: 0008041|
|2012-09-10 05:09||meyer||Severity||minor => major|
|2012-09-10 05:09||meyer||Target Version||4.00.1+dev => 4.00.2+dev|
|2013-01-15 14:31||frisch||Note Added: 0008756|
|2013-06-06 23:08||frisch||Severity||major => minor|
|2013-06-06 23:08||frisch||Target Version||4.00.2+dev => 4.02.0+dev|
|2013-07-12 18:15||doligez||Target Version||4.02.0+dev => 4.01.1+dev|
|2014-05-25 20:20||doligez||Target Version||4.01.1+dev => 4.02.0+dev|
|2014-07-31 15:59||doligez||Target Version||4.02.0+dev => 4.02.1+dev|
|2014-09-04 00:25||doligez||Target Version||4.02.1+dev => undecided|
|2014-09-26 17:46||doligez||Target Version||undecided => 4.02.2+dev|
|2015-03-18 17:53||frisch||Target Version||4.02.2+dev => 4.03.0+dev|
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