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From: Jeremy Fincher <tweedgeezer@h...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Building O'Caml projects properly.
>Remove .mli-files? The libinstall target doesn't remove any files
>at all. It just copies them to the right directory. Or did you mean
>anything else?

When I do a simple "gmake", it compiles all the files, and the directory
becomes filled with ".cmo" and ".cmx" files and so on.  After doing a
"make libinstall" and answering 'y' to the question it asks about
installation, the only things that remain in the directory are the .ml
files and the Makefile itself.  Somehow, given that Makefile, it's
removing all the files it installs.

>This is not surprising, because it obviously doesn't link against
>"py_string.cmo". You can specify this using the "LIBS" variable. Just add
>"py_string" and everything should be fine.

I added py_string to the LIBS line in that Makefile, but it complained about
not being able to find "py_string.cma".


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