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From: Hallvard Ystad <hallvard.ystad@h...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] beginner's questions
Dixit Dmitry Bely (14.17 21.09.2002):
>They do. See readme.win32:
>
>[---cut---]
>Here is a summary of the main differences between these ports:
>
>                                      Native MS     Native MinGW        Cygwin
>Third-party software required
>  - for base bytecode system            none            none            none
>  - for ocamlc -custom                  MSVC         MinGW or Cygwin    Cygwin
>  - for native-code generation          MSVC+MASM    MinGW or Cygwin    Cygwin
>[---cut---]
>
>So if you are going to use ocamlopt from win32 binary distribution, you have
>to install Microsoft Visual C and Microsoft Macro Assembler on your computer.

..or MinGW. I tried to compile ocaml with MinGW installed, and then got this error message (copied from console):
C:\ocaml>make -f Makefile.nt world
cd byterun ; make -f Makefile.nt all
gcc -mno-cygwin -DIN_OCAMLRUN -DOCAML_STDLIB_DIR='"C:/ocamlmgw/lib"' -O -Wall -Wno-unused -D_DLL -c interp.c
interp.c(215): jumptbl.h: No such file or directory
make[1]: *** [interp.d.o] Error 1
make: *** [coldstart] Error 2

So what did I miss now? It seems jumptbl.h isn't included in the distribution... Or am I mistaken again?


>> Hope someone can help with the compile problem (and maybe tell me how to
>> compile with the regexp library too?). 
>
>Which one? E.g. module "Str" is already included into the standard library.

Actually, I was asking for a friend. He thinks it's called PCRE.

Thanks,
~H


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