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From: Dimitri Timofeev <dt@d...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Dynamic module loading

I'm a newbie in OCaml programming and in this list, so i'm sorry if my
questions aren't smart :).

Can i dynamically load OCaml bytecode modules in runtime from OCaml
program compiled to native code? Can i do it if i compile modules to
native code? If the answer is "yes", does the method work at Win32?

If i can't use native-compiled modules only, there is another question.
That is the minimal set of OCaml files i need to distribute with a
program if i want users to be able to run program compiled to bytecode
without installing OCaml itself?



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