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From: Julian Brown <brown@c...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Re: Writing a JIT compiler
On 2004-06-25, Basile Starynkevitch [local]
<basile.starynkevitch@inria.fr> wrote:
> Also note that ocamljitrun is a binary which is a plugin replacement
> for ocamlrun, this means that (as far as I understand your needs) you
> don't need to link it with your program. This means that the
> hypothetical linking issues of the LGPL is not a concern. In my
> non-lawyer opinion, ocamljitrun is like ocamlrun so can run any
> program you like, including commercial ones.

Sorry for changing the subject, but can ocamljitrun be used with
"ocamlc -custom"? I have a program which uses some small C modules,
and I couldn't find an obvious way to make it compile or run using
ocamljitrun. AFAIK, -custom links the bytecode interpreter with the
binary as part of its magic.

On topic, does that affect licencing? It doesn't really matter to me,
but it might for some people I guess...

Julian

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