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From: Brian Hurt <brian.hurt@q...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Question in Linking C and Ocaml
On Wed, 2 Jul 2003, Jung Woon Ho wrote:

> Hi,
> Im trying to link some Ocaml files to my C program. And I'm having 
> difficulties in liking them together.
> here is what I do....
> 1)  compile all my Ocaml src code with the following command.
> ocamlopt -c -output-obj  <filenames>

Is there a reason you're producing C code here?  I've had good results 
just doing:

1) Use ocamlopt -c on ocaml files to produce .cm[oi] files (note: no 
-output-obj here).
2) Use gcc -c on C files to produce .o files
3) Use ocamlopt to link .cmo and .o files.

> Gives me the following errors:
> sched/sched.a(modwrap.o)(.text+0x27): In function `fib':
> : undefined reference to `caml_named_value'
> sched/sched.a(modwrap.o)(.text+0x42): In function `fib':
> : undefined reference to `copy_string'

It looks like you might need to link in some Ocaml-specific libraries.  


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