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Date: -- (:)
From: Georges Mariano <georges.mariano@i...>
Subject: tiny toplevel
Hello,

I know it is possible to create (specific) toplevels
by adding some stuff to the original toplevel but...
is it possible to do the reverse, i.e creating toplevels
by removing some (supposed) unnecessary libraries/components ??

By the way, what's the size of the "smallest" possible toplevel 
(if 'smallest' make sense...) ??

(why this question ??? well, no particular point but
think 
	- about comparing "scripting language" interpreters (size)
	- about "tiny ocaml" or "embedded ocaml" ...
)

[I have no idea about what can be removed from the original toplevel :-)
just a question
]
Thanks
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