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From: Chris Hecker <checker@d...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] An elementary question about ocamlmktop

>My question is: Is there any way to generate a toplevel "foo" that
>contains the information in "foo.cmi", so that it can (so to speak)
>exists by itself?

Nope, not right now.  This is a problem for dynlinking modules, too.  The 
cmis all have to be there.  You can -pack them, but that has other 
issues.  This is an FAQ, search the list archives.


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