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From: Sébastien Hinderer <Sebastien.Hinderer@e...>
Subject: Syntactic inclusion of a.ml in b.ml ?
Dear all,

(How) is it possible to include syntactically a file a.ml in a file
b.ml ?

One method that seems to w)rk is to rename b.ml to b.ml.c,
and then have in b.ml.c a line saying
#include "a.ml"
And with this, gcc -E b.ml.c > b.ml
produces a file that ocamlc can apparently handle.

But is this considered a good solution, or is some better solution
available ?

Many thanks in advance,
Sébastien.