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From: Alex Baretta <alex@b...>
Subject: R: Ocaml VM and bytecode

-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: Fabrice Le Fessant <>
A: Alex Baretta <>
Cc: <>; Ocaml
Mailing List <>
Data: venerdì 26 gennaio 2001 14.16
Oggetto: Re: Ocaml VM and bytecode

>Here is a patch to lattest ocaml CVS version, allowing direct
>compilation of text bytecode instructions to .cmo files.
>Text bytecode instructions files should have extension .ocb
>Caml Bytecode), and have the same format as the output from ocamlc
>with -dinstr.

I have read the ocamlc manual page, but I have not found the -dinstr
option you mention. What is it supposed to do? Is it supposed to
generate Ocaml "assembly" language? Is the "text bytecode" you mention
the "assembly language" I am asking for?

Thanks for taking interest to my request.