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From: Alan Schmitt <alan.schmitt@p...>
Subject: Compiling ocaml-ssl under windows (mingw)
On 10 mars 09, at 20:53, Stéphane Glondu wrote:

> Alan Schmitt a écrit :
>> [...] For instance, could I use lwt under Windows?
> FYI, Unison uses lwt and works under Windows.


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. One  
first problem I had was finding a mingw compatible version of openssl  
(as lwt seems to require ocaml-ssl), but I finally found it. Now  
compiling ocaml-ssl fails with the following:

ocamlmklib  -o ssl_stubs  ssl_stubs.o -lcrypto -lssl
make[11]: ocamlmklib: Command not found

I checked, and my godi installation of ocaml does not provide  

Is there a way around this?

Thanks a lot,