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Date: 2002-08-04 (22:54)
From: Michael Vanier <mvanier@c...>
Subject: [Caml-list] incredibly dumb beginner's question about modules


I would post this to the caml-beginners mailing list but I can't find it

I'm just getting started with ocaml modules and I've run into a
ridiculously trivial problem that I can't solve.  Consider this file:

(* *)
module Foo =
    type foo = int array array
    let make_foo () = Array.make_matrix 8 8 0
(* end of *)

I compile this with "ocamlc -c".  No problems so far.  Then I open
an interactive toplevel:

# open Test;;
# Foo.make_foo ();;
Reference to undefined global `Test'

What's going on?  What am I not doing that I should be doing?

Thanks in advance,

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