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Date: 2007-08-21 (22:21)
From: Till Varoquaux <till.varoquaux@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocamlp3l and command line options: how?
The Arg module use a cursor to know which argument it is is currently
parsing. You can therefor ignore the first argument like this:

incr Arg.current

before calling Arg.parse


On 8/21/07, Luca de Alfaro <> wrote:
> I am trying to use ocamlp3l to parallelize some code.  Using the skeleton
> paradigm was a lot of fun and quite easy, but I am stumbling on the easiest
> of issues...
> My code needs some command-line options, and I am processing them with the
> Arg package.  The ocamlp3l manual does not anything about what to do for
> command-line options.
> I cannot simly run:
> ./foo -p3lroot -i blah -o boink
> because Arg tells me that it doesn't know what to do with -p3lroot.
> Fine, but, then how do I do?  It's not really feasible for me to do without
> command-line options...
> Many thanks in advance,
> Luca
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