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From: Alexander V. Voinov <avv@q...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] a hard road to a new toplevel
Hi Xavier,

Xavier Leroy wrote:
> Library files (.cma files) provide an answer to this issue: *if* the
> authors of the library did a good job, they built a .cma file that
> groups all .cmo files for their library, in the right order.  Then,
> the final user simply links with the .cma file, and the OCaml linker
> picks only the relevant .cmo files from the .cma.

I see, this indicates what *I* did wrong: I'd better take a closer look
at the available .cma files. With this it boiled down to:

ocamlmktop extlib.cma unix.cma unix2.cma -o unix2top

> Not true:  -cclib -lunix2_c will pass a "-lunix2_c" option to gcc and ld.

For some reason it didn't work for me with the stock ocaml-3.04 + cvs
cdk, but I rolled back to cdk-3.02.

Thank you!

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