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From: Alan Schmitt <alan.schmitt@p...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Compiling ocaml-ssl under windows (mingw)
On 20 mars 09, at 16:25, Jerome Vouillon wrote:

> Hi Alan,
>
> On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 03:38:22PM +0100, Alan Schmitt wrote:
>> I am trying to use lwt under windows (using mingw), and I cannot  
>> get it
>> to compile, because I cannot compile the required ocaml-ssl.
>
> I believe you can compile Lwt without the ocaml-ssl library by just
> removing file src/lwt_ssl.mllib

OK. I wanted to install it through godi, but I guess it will be  
simpler to compile it directly. (The ideal would be a configuration  
option to have ssl as optional.)

> In file src/lwt_unix.ml, you should also change the line:
>  let windows_hack = Sys.os_type <> "Unix"
> into
>  let windows_hack = false
> This was a hack to make Unison work properly under Windows even though
> "select" did not support pipes.  As the implementation of "select" has
> been improved in Ocaml 3.11, it should no longer be necessary.

Very interesting, I was not aware of this.

Thanks,

Alan