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From: Mike Hogan <MikeHogan62@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml on Sony PS3 (was Re: More registers in modern day CPUs)

Ok, it's 3.10.0

When I did ./configure -host powerpc-ydl-linux the resulting report seemed
to suggest that it was going to build native 32-bit, but native tools like
ocamlopt were not present post-build.

At this point I'm too inexperienced to unravel the mysteries behind the
less-than-ideal result.


Richard Jones-4 wrote:
> 
> On Tue, Nov 20, 2007 at 07:32:34AM -0800, Mike Hogan wrote:
>> I have recently compiled OCaml 3.10 for the PS3 running Yellow Dog Linux. 
>> Seems to work fine, but I haven't tested it rigorously (and at this
>> point, I
>> wouldn't even know how to test it ... um ...what's the opposite of
>> "rigorously"? ... non-rigorously?)
> 
> Native compiler?  64 bits??  Which version of OCaml???
> 
> Rich.
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