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From: David Brown <davidb@d...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Building large and portable projects
On Fri, Nov 21, 2003 at 09:05:22AM -0800, Jason Hickey wrote:

> We have been using omake to build several large projects, primarily on 
> Linux and Windows.  omake is written in OCaml, and provides a build 
> system with syntax similar to make, but project-wide dependency 
> analysis.  Here are some features:

Is there a place to discuss omake?

Specifically, my question: is there something like the GNU Make 'shell'
function?  What I'm trying to do is use the output of 'ocamlc -where' in
a variable.  I need to run extract_crc as part of my build, and ocamlc
-where is a nice portable way of finding this directory.


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