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From: Stefan Monnier <stefan.monnier@e...>
Subject: Re: interface to C++
Xavier Leroy <> wrote:
> by adding type information or whatever to the function name.) Then,
> just put the mangled names in the Caml "value" declarations, and
> everything should work fine. To get your C++ compiler to be called

Rather than mess around with the mangled names, you might be better off trying
to compile caml-light with your C++ compiler so that the name (de)mangling
is all done by your compiler. Since C++ is an approximate superset of ANSI C,
it might work.
(but don't ask me how to interface caml-light with C++ objects and methods.
I have no idea how easy it can be to add custom-made types)