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Date: 2005-07-01 (12:36)
From: Jean-Marc EBER <jeanmarc.eber@l...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] toplevels / bytecode interpreter
Nive work has been done by Clément Capel on this topic:

Many hacks that were necessary at this time are no more needed due to cleanup 
work and necessary extensions done by Xavier before the release of ocaml 3.08, I 

But definitively, its possible, yes.

Jean-Marc Eber

Jonathan Roewen wrote:

> Hi,
> Can the OCaml bytecode interpreter be embedded in C programs? For
> example, a C program that mimics the top-level to a simpler degree.
> I'm thinking of changing DST so that it runs a bytecode interpreter on
> the bare metal instead of native code. Although, I'm sure I'd need a
> lot more libc underneath to get it working compared to native code ;-)
> I was also thinking the toplevel might be a good place to start
> (though, don't exactly need the shell-like interface...).
> Some pointers on general directions to take would be great.
> Kindest Regards,
> Jonathan Roewen
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