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From: Igor Pechtchanski <pechtcha@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] CamlIDL question
On Tue, 25 Oct 2005, Christian Stork wrote:

> I must be making a stupid mistake but I just don't see it.  I put together a
> simple example that shows the problem.  Even though the camlidl library is
> found its symbol "camlidl_free" is not.  How can that be?  Can anybody
> reproduce the problem or is this some hickup on my system?
>
> Here's what make produces (all files attached):
> [snip]
> make extest
> ocamlc -verbose -custom -cclib -lcamlidl -o extest \
>     ex.o ex_stubs.o ex.cmo extest.cmo

Shouldn't this be

ocamlc -verbose -custom -cclib -o extest \
    ex.o ex_stubs.o ex.cmo extest.cmo -lcamlidl

instead?  Libraries should follow objects that refer to them...
HTH,
	Igor
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