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From: Lionel Fourquaux <lionel.fourquaux@w...>
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] minor suggestions for Win32 port

> -----Message d'origine-----
> De :
> []De la part de Chris Hecker
> Envoyé : samedi 7 avril 2001 05:15
> À :
> Objet : [Caml-list] minor suggestions for Win32 port
> Here are some minor suggestions and feature requests I've come up with
> while working with the Win32 MSVC ocaml port (3.00 and 3.01).
> 1.  If you're using the MSVC cl.exe compiler, it sends linker command
>     line parameters in a relatively broken way, so this affects the
>     -cclib switch.  Basically, to pass parms to link.exe from cl.exe,
>     you say /link [and then all the parms], so you can't have any
>     compiler flags after linker flags.  You also don't know if a
>     library you're building is going to be linked with other libraries
>     with -cclib parms, so you have to do this: -cclib "/link /debug
>     /whatever", but then you get duped parms to the linker and it
>     complains, etc.  It's basically hard to get it exactly right.  The
>     right thing to do here is have the msvc driver know this, and
>     store the cclib parms up, sort/uniq them, and then put them after
>     a /link itself.

	What about calling link.exe directly?

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