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From: Vasili Galchin <vasiliocaml@y...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Quasi newbie question
Hello,

  I added some functionality (new functions) to an
OCaml library. I rebuilt Ocaml (make world & make opt)
and installed (make install). I am trying to compile
and link a test case I wrote. When I run ocamlc, the
linker cannot find a new function that I added. 

1) I haven't found in the OCaml documentation how the
linker is provided with library search paths! More
explicitly for unix.cma, unix.a, libunix.a. How are
linker search paths set up?

2) I also noted after "grepping" on Linux that there
are several copies of unix.cma. Why?

Regards, Vasili



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