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From: sylvain.le-gall@p...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Building large and portable projects
On Fri, Nov 21, 2003 at 05:32:50PM +0100, Martin Jambon wrote:
> On Fri, 21 Nov 2003 wrote:
> > My aims is to make something more Makefile like ( ie you will have the
> > ability to add rules ). Off course, my first goal is to compile ml file.
> > So there will be less features than Makefile.
> Are you sure? If this compiles only Caml code, nobody will use it for 
> serious projects. But I was thinking of loadable modules like in emacs 
> instead of a rigid and limited set of predefined rules.
> If we think of make as a preprocessor for shell-scripts, then we can 
> create a preprocessor for OCaml that will do the same but will benefit 
> from many built-in properties that sh doesn't have and that (GNU) make 
> hardly provides.


I was thinking of dynlink for loadable module...

But i need to investigate on other tools ( omake ).

Sylvain LE GALL

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