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From: Jan Kybic <kybic@f...>
Subject: Top-level with compiled libraries, Was: ANN OCaml Batteries Included
> This is quite important to me.  I don't know what the general sentiment of the 
> community is, but the toplevel is one of the major reasons I use OCaml.  In 
> fact, for every Makefile I write, I write an equivalent toplevel init file.  

Hello. On the subject of using toplevel: I would love to use toplevel
to test my code but I need a lot of compiled libraries (written in C)
- such as FFTW, Lacaml, etc. - and as far as I know, it is not
possible to use compiled code from toplevel. Or am I wrong? Also, some
of my code is quite computationally intensive, so in byte-code it runs
too slowly.

Ideally, I would like to have only the module I am working on in
byte-code, playing with it interactively. All the other (stable)
modules and all the libaries would be a compiled code and the
byte-code and compiled code would seemlessly call each other. Is that
feasible?

Yours,

Jan


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