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From: Mark Brady <kalath@l...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Using OCaml with microsofts free C++ compiler?
Thanks for all the help. The mingw32 soloution seems perfect for what I want :) 

A link on the download page to the information contained in README.win32 might be a help to other people like myself who are unsure which win32 version is best for them (maybe the link is there and I just didn't find it). The feature matrix of the various compilers in README.win32 is very helpful.

Thanks once again for all your advice,


>Mark Brady wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Microsoft offer their C++ compiler (non optimised version) for free download
>(no IDE just the SDK) as part of the Dot Net SDK
>> download.
>> As this seems to be free for most people and for most uses (even commercial)
>does anybody know if OCaml will work with it or does
>> it only work with the older VC++ 6.0 compiler (it's the VC++ 7.0 compiler
>that's available for download)?
>> Here is the link to the MS SDK:
>> Any replies would be very welcome.

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