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Date: -- (:)
From: Marco Maggi <marco.maggi-ipsu@p...>
Subject: [newbie] miscellaneous on installation and web site
Ciao,

  I am a  True Beginner taking a look at  O'Caml; I hope not
to  be abusing  by posting  here rather  than  the beginners
list.

  I  think  I   successfully  compiled  ocaml-3.11.2  on  my
i686-pc-linux-gnu, but  there seems to be no  way to install
the package in  a temporary location via the  Linux de facto
standard DESTDIR environment variable;  is there a way to do
it?  (I am used to build custom packages.)

  The  web site[1]  is beautiful  (no  irony) but  a lot  of
informations look outdated, 4/5 years old; I see many O'Caml
related sites on  the Net.  Is there one that  I can take as
reference  for  the latest  news,  for  example about  still
maintained library packages?

TIA

[1] <http://caml.inria.fr/>
-- 
Marco Maggi