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From: Christophe Raffalli <raffalli@u...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Float and OCaml C interface
Is it possible to call from OCaml a C function of type double
f(double,double,double) 
without packing and unpacking the double when using the native code
compiler ?

In other word, is the unboxing optimization of floats available to
external C function ?

another question, I use C because I want dynamic linking with native
compilation (I want the dynamically loaded code to be native too). Is it
possible to implement that for OCaml ?


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