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From: Hallvard Ystad <hallvard.ystad@h...>
Subject: [Caml-list] beginner's questions
I'm just about to get started with caml, but I encounter a few
To do something simple, I took Stephan Houben's (from
<font color="#0000FF"><u></u></font>),
added a function to avoid division by zero, and tried to compile it to
native code using ocamlopt (on a windows 2000 machine). Here's what I
'ml' is not recognized as an internal or external command,<br>
operable program or batch file.<br>
Assembler error, input left in file
Did I miss something? Am I dumb? I've tried to read the documentation for
compiling (found in differen FAQs), but none of them seem to mention
special constraints for the windows platform. Any tips about what to
Second issue (not a problem!): when I try to run the ocamlbrowser, it
complains about not finding tk83.dll and tcl83.dll. Well, I seem to have
a version too new for this. My files are tk84.dll and tcl84.dll. I had to
make copies of them with the &quot;older&quot; names for ocamlbrowser to
Hope someone can help with the compile problem (and maybe tell me how to
compile with the regexp library too?).<br><br>
Prętera censeo Carthaginem esse delendam<br>

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