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From: David Allsopp <dra-news@m...>
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] OCaml as an application scripting language (like Guile)?
Jan Ober wrote:
> I had a hard time finding how one would go about getting the
> bytecode compiler and bytecode interpreter integrated
> in a library-like fashion.
toplevel/ and driver/ in the OCaml sources are both pretty
good start-points to show how the compiler and runtime work. Section 18.7.4
of the manual explains embedding OCaml code within a C(++) library (and
there have been various threads in the past on this list on the subject).

I have no idea (though would be interested to know) what the licensing
aspects of doing that would be... I had a brief look at the code a few
months ago for another project and reckoned that there'd be no need to alter
any of the OCaml source files, but I don't know whether the linking
exception in the licence for OCaml extends to linking the compiler into an