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Cross-platform "Hello, World" graphical application in OCaml
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Date: 2005-02-22 (12:23)
From: Sven Luther <sven.luther@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Cross-platform "Hello, World" graphical application in OCaml
On Tue, Feb 22, 2005 at 12:03:08PM +0000, Richard Jones wrote:
> http://merjis.com/developers/xphelloworld
> This is something I've been meaning to do for over a year now, and
> I've finally got around to it.  In 2003 I worked on a project where we
> wrote a complex graphical (Gtk-based) application for Windows.  The
> program was primarily written on Linux, and we developed a
> cross-platform Makefile and installer allowing us to target both
> Windows and Unix platforms.  The managers of this project have kindly
> allowed me to release the Makefile, NSIS installer script, and
> supporting code into the public domain.
> This is a "Hello, World"-type program which shows how it is possible
> to write a cross-platform graphical application which targets Windows
> and Unix.  On Windows, it comes with an installer, an uninstaller, a
> desktop icon and menu entries.  It has the native Windows look and
> feel on Windows.  On Linux/Unix it has the ordinary Gtk look and feel.
> License is public domain.  You can do whatever you like with the
> Makefile and installer script, including writing proprietary packages.
> I need help documenting how to install all the many extra development
> packages required under Windows.  Let me know if you can help me
> document this.  At the moment I have a Windows box here which works,
> but I'll need to reverse engineer exactly what I installed and where I
> got each component from.

Does it allow you to do ocaml cross-plateform executables ? 


Sven Luther