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From: Daniel_Bünzli <daniel.buenzli@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] macosx, ocaml, findlib and extlib

Le 20 oct. 06 à 04:02, Pietro Abate a écrit :

> Yes, this is the point. My users don't have big technical skills and
> godi can be a bit too much for them. I'm looking at all in one  
> solution
> to install my software that targets non technical users.

Why don't you distribute a binary then ?

If I'm a user I don't want to install ocaml on my system just to  
compile your project. Also, non technical users don't use the command  
line.

If it is an application the best thing to do is to distribute it in  
a .app bundle (in which you can include dynamic libraries, altough in  
that case, given the dependencies I'd simply statically link against  
extlib)

Best,

Daniel