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From: Jonathan Roewen <jonathan.roewen@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] wince question
The O'Caml VM is fairly easy to port.

A minimal libc should be enough (excluding Unix module & Threading).
The rest will require a bit of work, but likely not too much. I have
the VM running in a freestanding environment (with vmthreads, without
Unix module), so definitely portable ;-)

As for ocamlopt, I wouldn't know.


On 9/28/06, micha <> wrote:
> my interest in ocaml on WinCE comes from the fun I would had to
> demonstrate the power of ocaml to my collegues. We are developing
> navigation software components  in c++ and one primary platform for
> this are PDAs with WinCE. The chance of switching away from c++ is
> lesser than zero without being able to run on that platform. Even JAVA
> runs on those devices allthough a smaller one than normal and a little
> slow. Ignoring the fact that maybe only few people would like to do a
> port, what would be the primary tasks to do it? WinCE is quite
> different from Win32, I don't know how open the ocaml-source is with
> respect to porting it to another platform (specially ARM CPU).
> comments and hints are greatly welcome :-)
>  Michael
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