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From: Nicolas Cannasse <warplayer@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Problem building -custom on Windows 2000
> > Has anyone encountered the following problem:
> > My development environment is Windows 2000, Ocaml 3.04, and Dev Studio
> > .NET (for the necessary C compiler, linker, etc)
> > I am trying to build an ocaml application with the -custom switch.
> > The problem is that if OCAMLLIB is defined as "C:\program files\..."
> > the link stage fails claiming that it cannot find the relevant Ocaml
> > files.
> > However, if I define OCAMLLIB as C:\program files\... then Ocaml
> > thinks that C:\program and files are two different arguments.
> Classical problem. Try defining OCAMLLIB as C:\program~1\...

Actually, it's c:\progra~1\....   (DOS 8 char format )
you can check the DOS name of your directory using "dir /X"

You can also add the ocaml path to the LIB env-var which is the Visual
Studio 6 lib path so perhaps it works on .NET.

Nicolas Cannasse

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