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From: Don Syme <dsyme@m...>
Subject: RE: Problems with ocamlopt under windows?

I had a problem like this a couple of months ago that I never reoprted.
Changing an action in ocamlyacc from

foo:  ... { my_ref := true; () }

to

foo:  ... { my_ref := true }

actually changed the behaviour of the program, from stack overflow to
correct behaviour.  At the time I couldn't get a small program illustrating
the error, and so didn't file a bug report.  I was using 2.02.

Cheers,
Don


-----Original Message-----
From: Manuel Fahndrich [mailto:maf@microsoft.com]
Sent: 06 June 2000 08:30
To: 'caml-list@inria.fr'
Subject: Problems with ocamlopt under windows?



I'm wondering if other people are experiencing problems with ocamlopt under
windows.

I have a program that works fine as bytecode, but it runs out of stack space
when 
compiled with ocamlopt. I'm suspecting an infinite loop.

I can't seem to narrow down the problem for now, since changing the amount
of print output
masks the error.

-Manuel