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From: Xavier Leroy <xavier.leroy@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] camlidl - object filename collides
> (Sorry for previous post with confusing subject please ignore - here we go
> again with proper subject but equivalent contents)
> I have an idl file foo.idl that is used to produce foo.{h,}.
> However, when I compile using the native code compiler I get a
> foo.obj file and when I compile foo.c I also get foo.obj.
> I of course need both files during the linking phase so 1) either I have
> missed a detail or 2) I need to do a name changing stunt?!?

Right, that's a bug in CamlIDL.  The generated C file should be named
differently, e.g. foo_stubs.c, to avoid the collision on object files
that you mention.

> If the name changing stunt is the prefered way to go: How should I do it?
> (I can for example rename the foo.c file before compilation and it seems to
> work.)

Yes, you're free to rename the generated .c file to whatever name is
convenient for you.

- Xavier Leroy
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