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From: Gaspard Bucher <gaspard@t...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocaml for embedding
Thanks for the insight David.

I also found this email from Xavier Leroy
I will start with a single context (eventually built from several
scripts). If someone ever needs distributed computing, it's easy to
run several instances of Rubyk passing messages.

Just a final question on the topic: has JoCaml anything to do with
this concurrency (shared memory) question ?


On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 11:14 AM, David MENTRE <> wrote:
> Hello,
> 2010/7/9 Gaspard Bucher <>:
>> From my understanding of the use of
>> caml_startup (or caml_main), this means that the caml runtime is
>> global.
> Yes.
>> Is there a way to avoid:
>> 1. global locking (or locking only during script recompilation)
> I don't think so.
>> 2. script level encapsulation
> I don't know.
> You might play with the C symbols and a bit a C pre-processing to
> generate several different OCaml runtimes that would be linked with
> you application. But, as far as I know, the OCaml runtime has not be
> designed to be included several times within the same application.
> Sincerely yours,
> david