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Date: -- (:)
From: Michael Hicks <mwh@d...>
Subject: Re: autoconf input for ocaml applications
> It checks for  ocaml compilers and tools and  determines the following
> variables:

   ...

Thanks for the excellent tool!

Another useful variable to check for, in the case of the byte-code compiler,
is whether it was compiled with native or user-level threads, as the Thread
interface differs for each (e.g. user-threads support the kill operation but
native threads don't), and there are some other, more subtle differences.

Mike

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