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Date: 2002-08-05 (01:51)
From: William Lovas <wlovas@s...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] incredibly dumb beginner's question about modules
On Sat, Aug 03, 2002 at 05:38:22PM -0700, Michael Vanier wrote:
> 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?


I think you want to be doing something like:

    # #load "test.cmo"

first.  This loads the bytecode file into the top-level -- it's sort of
like making a new one with ocamlmktop, without the hassle.  And it gives
you an environment similar to the one you'll have when you're linking
test.cmo with other .cmo files.

Check the manual for more info, Chapter 9:

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