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From: s. n. wight <swight@v...>
Subject: Re: Problem compiling xpath/tests
Thanks, Gerd - just a short while ago (this morning!) I found the
problem was that I needed to upgrade to PXP 1.0.38.3 - simple as that...

Thanks,
steve


> >ocamlfind ocamlc -o test -linkpkg -I .. xpath.cma -package pxp,wlexing test.cmo
> >/tmp/cc4Z3fxN.o(.data+0x360): undefined reference to `lex_engine_tiny_8bit'
> >/tmp/cc4Z3fxN.o(.data+0x364): undefined reference to `lex_engine_tiny_utf8'
> >collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> >Error while building custom runtime system
> >make: *** [test] Error 2
> >
> >I'm running OCaml 3.00 on Suse Linux 7.0.
> 
> I suppose you must also pass the -custom flag to the compiler, because the
> C functions lex_engine_tiny_8bit and lex_engine_tiny_utf8 are not available in
> the standard bytecode interpreter. (But "Error while building custom runtime
> system" is a hint that ocamlc tries to build a custom runtime system; this
> message is confusing.)
> 
> I remember also that there are two versions of wlex, one using a lexing engine
> written in C, and another one using a lexing engine written in O'Caml. XPath
> seems to use the C version (applies module Lex_engines, not Lex_engines_ml
> in xpath_wlexer.mll).
> 
> If that does not help, I need the output of
>  
> camlfind ocamlc -verbose -o test -linkpkg -I .. xpath.cma -package pxp,wlexing
>    test.cmo
> 
> (added the -verbose option), plus the exact version numbers of the packages
> pxp, wlexing, and xpath to track the error.
> 
> Gerd
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