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Date: 2007-06-21 (06:43)
From: Dmitry Bely <dmitry.bely@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] windows and C libs
On 6/20/07, Christophe TROESTLER <> wrote:

> WINDOWS USERS: Is there a consensus on windows on where the .lib and
> .dll should go?  If not, how about to decide that here so efforts to
> port libs to windows can set it as the default path.

Do you mean .lib/.dll files of some specific OCaml library? They
usually go to %OCAMLLIB% and  %OCAMLLIB%\stublibs respectively. What's
wrong with it?

> WIN32 OCAML: When I give a path -- say -cclib "C:\Documents and
> Settings\USER\Mes documents\lib\libx.lib" -- containing spaces (but
> quoted) to include into a library, it is not well quoted when on uses
> the library (to compile a program).  I tried "\"...\"" to  not avail.
> Is there a way around that or must it be considered like a bug?

An obvious workaround is to use the short name:

- Dmitry Bely