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Date: 2008-10-15 (13:19)
From: Sylvain Le Gall <sylvain@l...>
Subject: Re: Road to native windows OCaml...
On 15-10-2008, Dmitry Bely <dmitry.bely@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 4:35 PM, Kuba Ober <kuba@mareimbrium.org> wrote:
>>> For example, if you download and install OCaml MSVC from
>>> http://caml.inria.fr and you open a MS Visual Studio 2005 MSDOS shell,
>>> you can perfectly compile a native application (well I have not done it,
>>> but I will try tomorrow ;-)
>>> All you need is "cl", "ml" and "link" I think (all are MSVC tools).
>> And you need masm too, right?
> "ml" is just that masm. It's included into MS Visual Studio
> Professional edition and up. For Standard edition and below there is
> free www.masm32.com.

I think that you always have "ml" (and "ml64" for x64) in MS Visual
Studior 2008 even in Standard Edition (the one I have).

However, you don't have it with Visual Express (free edition). In this
case you should fetch it...

In fact for MSVE 2008, you cannot install masm, so you have to extract
it by hand and forcibly install it in "cl" directory.

I think all (cl, ml and link) is also shipped in MS PSDK, especially for

Sylvain Le Gall