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From: Christophe Raffalli <Christophe.Raffalli@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] bug in ocamlmklib ? pb to make a camlimages Godi package?
Jacques GARRIGUE wrote:
> From: Christophe Raffalli <Christophe.Raffalli@univ-savoie.fr>
> 
>>I tried to use godiva to make a camlimages packages and I think I found 
>>a bug in ocamlmklib, but I am not sure ...
>>
>>Using godi and my package, the following compilation line is generated 
>>and fails:
>>
>> >     ocamlmklib -linkall -o ci_jpeg \
>> >        jpeg.cmx oJpeg.cmx -cclib "-Wl,-R/usr/local/godi/lib 
>>-L/usr/local/godi/lib" -ljpeg; \
>> >   fi
>> > /usr/local/godi/bin/ocamlopt: unknown option `-L/usr/local/godi/lib'.
>> > Usage: ocamlopt <options> <files>
>>
>>It seems that the option -cclib "-Wl,-R/usr/local/godi/lib 
>>-L/usr/local/godi/lib" is not well transmitted by ocamlmklib to
>>ocamlopt ...
> 
> 
> The bug is not in ocamlmklib, but in camlimages (or its godi port).
> You're not supposed to pass -cclib options to ocamlmklib, except in
> some very special cases. The above line should simply be:
>    ocamlmklib -linkall -o ci_jpeg \
>         jpeg.cmx oJpeg.cmx -L/usr/local/godi/lib -ljpeg
> and ocamlmklib would automatically add the necessary runtime paths in
> the syntax required for this system.

So this is probably a bug for the target make opt in the Makefiles of 
camlimages
(make does not produce the -cclib)...



> Jacques Garrigue

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