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From: Alain Frisch <frisch@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Error during partial linking
On Wed, 23 Oct 2002, Dmitry Bely wrote:

> I meant programmers should manually add "open Std" to the existing sources
> using a text editor. I would prefer no auto open of Std (old C++ habits
> :-))

I think I have understood your position; what I don't understand in the
technical motivation. The only case I can see where you wouln't want to
have an automatic "open Std" is if you want to use, say, a custom
List module which is not itself -packaged.

>, buf of course I can live with it. BTW, if you think "-nostd" is not
> necessary, why we have "-nopervasives" option?

Is this option used, except for compiling the stdlib itself ?

-- Alain

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