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Date: 2005-10-26 (00:33)
From: Jonathan Roewen <jonathan.roewen@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] The Bytecode Interpreter...
Okay, last question =)

The following is from startup.c in 'byterun' dir.

/* Main entry point when code is linked in as initialized data */

CAMLexport void caml_startup_code(
           code_t code, asize_t code_size,
           char *data, asize_t data_size,
           char *section_table, asize_t section_table_size,
           char **argv)

Is it possible to create my own app that calls this function, instead
of caml_main (since that needs to open files and what not)? If so, how
can I get all the required data to pass to it?

Like, would this work if I had a copy of a bytecode application in memory?