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From: Nicolas Pouillard <nicolas.pouillard@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Make opt: The constructor Ccheckbound expects 1 argument(s) in selection.ml line 109
On 7/24/07, Steve Wagner <lists@lanwin.de> wrote:
> Christoph Bauer helped me to solve this issue. Thx Christoph.
>
> After simply replace `Ccheckbound' by `Ccheckbound _' in
> asmcomp/selection.ml line 109 make world.opt compiles without errors.
>
> I dont know why this happen only on arm systems, but if you what to test
> something i am here to test it :-)

This happens since this part is architecture dependent. Please, submit
a bug to our bug tracker in order to reminds us to fix it.

>
> Steve
>
> Steve Wagner schrieb:
> > Hi, ive try to compile Ocaml 3.10(tar archive) and 3.11(cvs trunk) on my
> > arm liddel endian NSLU2. I am using Debian SID(ARM LE) Gcc 4.1.1 and
> > Glibc 2.6. Ocaml 3.09 compiles without any error.
> >
> > make world compiles without errors but on make opt ive get the following
> > error:
> >
> > ---------------------------------------
> > ln -s arm/selection.ml asmcomp/selection.ml
> > boot/ocamlrun boot/ocamlc -nostdlib -I boot -warn-error A -I utils -I
> > parsing -I typing -I bytecomp -I asmcomp -I driver -I toplevel -c
> > asmcomp/selection.mli
> > boot/ocamlrun boot/ocamlc -nostdlib -I boot -warn-error A -I utils -I
> > parsing -I typing -I bytecomp -I asmcomp -I driver -I toplevel -c
> > asmcomp/selection.ml
> > File "asmcomp/selection.ml", line 109, characters 4-15:
> > The constructor Ccheckbound expects 1 argument(s),
> > but is here applied to 0 argument(s)
> > make: *** [asmcomp/selection.cmo] Error 2
> > ---------------------------------------
> >
> > Dose anybody know how to fix this?
> >


-- 
Nicolas Pouillard