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From: Jérôme_Marant <jerome.marant@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Custom bytecode
En réponse à Jacques Garrigue <>:

> From: (Jérôme Marant)
> >   I'd like to know whether there are some cases in which ocamlc
> >   forces executables to be custom ones, even when the -custom
> >   option is not used.
> Yes. -custom will be automatically assumed if any of the .cma you link
> in has itself been built with a -custom option. You can disable this
> behaviour with -noautolink.
> With dynamic loading, most libraries do not assume -custom any more,
> but this can still happen with 3rd party libraries which have not been
> converted yet to use ocamlmklib.

This is good to know. Thanks a lot.


Jérôme Marant <>
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