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From: Jenda Krynicky <Jenda@K...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] DLLs or COM (was: ISAPI filter)
I asked at Mon, 8 Oct 2001 19:08:14 +0200 :
> Is it possible to create an ISAPI filter (MS IIS "plugin") DLL in
> ocaml? Did anyone ever tried this?

Well since noone answered I assume it's not :-(

Or maybe let me reword the question ...

Can you produce an ordinary Windows DLL with OCaml?
Can you use a function to that you got a pointer and whose C style 
header you know?
Can you access C style structures you got a pointer to from 
somewhere?

A related question :

Can you use COM objects with OCaml?
Can you create COM objects with OCaml? Can those objects be 
poolable?

( I do have MSVC 6.0 by hand if that's necessary.)

Thanks, Jenda

P.S.: I'm sorry but I don't have time to learn a language only 
because it looks nice. I have tasks to do.
I've used SML/NJ and Concurrent Clean while at university so I 
have enough background to learn the language quickly, but before I 
start I need to know if it's going to be useful for anything.
Sorry, maybe all this info is somewhere on the pages, but I did not 
find an ultimative answer yet.

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It's just that in the mess on my table ... and in my brain.
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