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From: Kaspar Rohrer <krohrer@s...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Native multithreaded LablGTK2?

On 30.07.2007, at 12:01, Julien Moutinho wrote:
> Perhaps, you can modify lablgtk2/META,
> doing this:
> 	- archive(byte,mt) += "gtkThread.cmo"
> 	- archive(native,mt) += "gtkThread.cmx"
> 	+ archive(byte,mt,-lablGL) += "gtkThread.cmo"
> 	+ archive(native,mt,-lablGL) += "gtkThread.cmx"
> or that:
> 	- archive(byte,lablGL,mt) += "gtkThread.cmo"
> 	- archive(native,lablGL,mt) += "gtkThread.cmx"
> at your choice.
Yeah, I'll try that and see if it works.

> By the way, here are the METAS in Debian Sid:
> [...]
> At first sight, they seem less comprehensive, but more accurate...

So that would mean that the lablgtk2 package included in Godi is  
broken / outdated? Maybe I should file a bug report then. It seems to  
me that Godi is not used very often anyway, as most of the Ocaml  
packages seem to be readily available on most Linux distros (I'm on  
Mac OS X, so I can't check).