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From: RABIH.ELCHAAR@s...
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] how to use c wrapper files in libraries
I am not familiar with this specific library.
In the general approach, you compile your c code, and package it into a library, let's say libA.a

Then while building your sndfile.cma, you should pass the option
ocamlc -a -o sndfile.cma -cclib -lA ...

A caml executable linked with your library will have also libA.a passed in the linking phase.

Using ocamlc -verbose could give you a hint to which files are missing.

Hope this helps,

Rabih

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De : caml-list-bounces@yquem.inria.fr [mailto:caml-list-bounces@yquem.inria.fr] De la part de Aaron Bohannon
Envoyé : lundi 20 juillet 2009 16:28
À : caml-list@yquem.inria.fr
Objet : [Caml-list] how to use c wrapper files in libraries

Hello,

I am trying to use the wrapper for libsndfile contributed by Erik de
Castro Lopo (http://caml.inria.fr/cgi-bin/hump.en.cgi?contrib=556).
The wrapper code compiles just fine.  And the tests that use the OCaml
library it builds work just fine.  However, I am having a frustrating
compile-time error when I try to compile my program in a different
directory.

The wrapper code is being packaged into an OCaml library using the
following command:

ocamlc -a -o sndfile.cma -custom sndfile_stub.o sndfile.cmo \
  -ccopt -L/usr/local/lib -cclib -lsndfile

Within the same directory, the test program can be successfully compiled with:

ocamlc -o test_sndfile sndfile.cma test_sndfile.ml

Within a different directory, I used:

ocamlc -o mytest -I /path/to/libsndfile-ocaml/files/   sndfile.cma   mytest.ml

And I get:

powerpc-apple-darwin8-gcc-4.0.1: sndfile_stub.o: No such file or directory
Error while building custom runtime system

I have tried setting every path-related option I could find, and
nothing helped.  I tried reading everything I could find about
compiling and using c wrappers for OCaml, but there is a severe lack
of documentation on the topic.  In particular, I could find no example
of a c object file being given as an argument to an "ocamlc -a"
command, so I am not sure what that is supposed to do, which makes it
impossible for me to understand this error message.

I am using OCaml 3.10.1 on OS X 10.4.  Any help would be appreciated.

 - Aaron

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