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From: Joel Reymont <joelr1@g...>
Subject: cross-compliation from x86 linux to windows?
Is it possible to reuse on Windows the output
from ocamlc/ocamlopt -output-obj?

Ideally, I would like to have a web service
produce object code on Linux and have another
"linker" put together a DLL on Windows. The DLL
would then be used from C or .NET code.

The goal of this approach is to compile trading
strategies to object code in a web app and then
produce blackbox DLLs in a final step on Windows.

I don't want to have to distribute GCC as part
of my linker program, if not absolutely necessary.

Does this sound like a pipe dream or something real?

	Thanks, Joel

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