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Date: 2004-03-03 (22:36)
From: Kenneth Knowles <kknowles@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] [ANNOUNCE] Development versions: ocamlconf, ASPCC

> > > The configure script (actually configure.mlc, for technical reasons)
> > 
> > So the produced configure script is an OCaml program that needs the
> > ocaml environment to run?
> We could solve this problem by bundling a simple sh script to check
> whether OCaml is installed, and maybe get it if not.

It already does this, sorry about being so terrible about the details!  (I kind
of thought of that as an implementation detail, but now I see it was important
to tell people).  'configure' is a sh script, and 'configure.mlc' is the ml
file.  I used a funny suffix so it wouldn't conflict with configure.ml -
probably I should just invent a name like configure_out.ml

The sh script is a little bare, because it has only been used on 3 or 4 systems,
and it doesn't really have to do much.

> Hi Kenneth,
>    Any chance that you could make a more standard distribution of ocamlconf, 
> like say a gzipped tarball that the darcs deprived can use?
> -- Brian                                

Sure; I didn't do this because I didn't want to deceive anyone about that they
were getting :-)  Now that I see the level of interest, I'll package it up into
a release.

Meanwhile, there is a tarball of the ocamlconf directory:


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