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From: Alan Schmitt <alan.schmitt@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] The CDK looks marvelous... but...
* Alexander V. Voinov ( wrote:
> Hi Alan,
> Alan Schmitt wrote:
> > - make recompiling easy (in my dream world, when I recompile ocaml, I'd
> >   like to be able to recompile all the libraries and apps that depend on
> >   it with one command).
> Again, _why_ do you want to recompile ocaml? Both me and Dave and Berke
> emphasized that a key to the adoption of this intergrated kit is that it
> compiles with the stock binary version of ocaml for the respective
> platform. I can't understand the reason to have a special version of
> ocaml for CDK.

What I meant was "when a new version of ocaml comes out, or when I want
to recompile ocaml from cvs, ...".

At the moment, each time I install a new version of ocaml, I need to
recompile all librairies that depend on the standard library if it has
changed a bit. Same thing if I get a new version of, say, lablgtk, with
all my gtk apps.

So I don't mean to have a special version of ocaml with any packaging
system, just to be able to handle dependencies among librairies.



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