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From: Andrew Warshaver <awarshaver@j...>
Subject: Re: extraneous -pp options with myocamlbuild
Oops, I meant also to add, it does not matter if it is a -pp option, for 
examlpe if I have

flag ["ocaml"] (A "foobar");;

then I get

$ ./make.sh
+ /usr/local/home/godi310/godi/bin/ocamldep.opt foobar -pp foobar 
-modules live_query.ml > live_query.ml.depends
sh: foobar: command not found

Thanks!

Andrew Warshaver wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> 
> I'm trying to use a myocamlbuild file with ocamlbuild.  It appears to me 
> that by my specifying a -pp option, an extra -pp option gets thrown in 
> and I'm not sure why.  Here is my myocamlbuild.ml (which I stole mostly 
> from another email):
> 
> $ cat myocamlbuild.ml
> open Ocamlbuild_plugin;;
> open Command;;
> 
> let packages = "pcre,netstring,jane,lbm"
> 
> let pp = "camlp4o /home/awarshaver/multi-oc/lib/pa_type_conv.cmo 
> /home/awarshaver/multi-oc/lib/pa_sexp_conv.cmo";;
> 
> let ocamlfind cmd =
> S [A "ocamlfind"; A cmd; A "-thread"; A "-package"; A packages];;
> 
> flag ["ocaml"] (S[A "-pp"; A pp]);;
> flag ["ocaml"; "link"] (A"-linkpkg");;
> 
> dispatch begin function
>   | After_options ->
>       Options.ocamlc := ocamlfind "c";
>       Options.ocamlopt := ocamlfind "opt";
>   | _ -> ()
> end
> 
> And here is what happens at the terminal...
> 
> $ ./make.sh
> + /usr/local/home/godi310/godi/bin/ocamldep.opt -pp 'camlp4o 
> /home/awarshaver/multi-oc/lib/pa_type_conv.cmo 
> /home/awarshaver/multi-oc/lib/pa_sexp_conv.cmo' -pp '-pp '\''camlp4o 
> /home/awarshaver/multi-oc/lib/pa_type_conv.cmo 
> /home/awarshaver/multi-oc/lib/pa_sexp_conv.cmo'\''' -modules 
> live_query.ml > live_query.ml.depends
> sh: - : invalid option
> 
> As you can see, after the first -pp '..' there is another -pp, and then 
> another '-pp ...', completely unexpected.
> 
> Thanks,
> Andrew
>