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From: Mattias Waldau <mattias.waldau@a...>
Subject: Why does the order in the Makefile matter?
Two runs 'make all', the only difference in the order in the OBJS-line in
the Makefile.

What is the needed order? Should I use the order of .depend?

/mattias

c:\data\ocaml\stocks\extract>make all
ocamlc -g  -c regexp.mli
ocamlc -g   -c source.ml
ocamlc -g   -c regexp.ml
ocamlc -g -o all -custom str.cma unix.cma  extract.cmo source.cmo column.cmo
regexp.cmo
Error while linking source.cmo: Reference to undefined global `Regexp'
make: *** [all] Error 2

c:\data\ocaml\stocks\extract>make depend
make depend
make all
ocamldep  *.ml *.mli > .depend

c:\data\ocaml\stocks\extract>make all
ocamlc -g -o all -custom str.cma unix.cma  column.cmo regexp.cmo extract.cmo
source.cmo
camlprim0.c


The only difference made between these two compilations is that I moved
source.cmo last in
the OBJS-row in the Makefile

OBJS=column.cmo regexp.cmo extract.cmo source.cmo


----
Mattias Waldau