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From: Alexander V. Voinov <avv@q...>
Subject: Re: re : [Caml-list] The CDK looks marvelous... but...
Hi

berke@altern.org wrote:
> 
> I agree. 

I agree with you both. Though I succeeded in recompiling the _full_ CDK
both on Solaris and Linux (never tried win32), it doesn't even approach
the ease and integratedness of Python(+distutils). Though the collection
itself is of course great.

Alexander

I experienced similar problems with CDK. I just wanted
> the X11 code. Had lot of problems, I thought that it didn't
> like OpenBSD, I tried on Linux. Also, having to recompile Ocaml
> isn't very convenient, and it's tricky to compile CDK with an
> already compiled Ocaml (I didn't manage... I haven't spent a full
> week on it, though).
> 
> So I'd really like to have a CDK that compiles easily and cleanly on
> a UNIX box, and that doesn't need a specific Ocaml version. I mean,
> patching the compiler to install a X lib doesn't sound good to me.
> --
> Berke
> 
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