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|0005285||OCaml||OCamlbuild (the tool)||public||2011-06-08 11:59||2013-10-08 16:14|
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|Summary||0005285: ocamlbuild: provide a way to run some rules in source directory|
|Description||Sometimes it is desirable to keep generated files (e.g. some source-to-source transformation or code generation by third-party tools) in VCS and hence in source directory, not in _build. But all custom myocamlbuild rules get executed in _build and the result is also stored there. Moreover, copying result to the source directory prevents ocamlbuild from rebuilding it on the next run.|
Currently I am using extra rules in Makefile to generate such files.
I wish I could specify these rules in myocamlbuild (maybe some per-rule flag to run it in source directory (but that would probably break parallel building because of process-wide chdir effect). Any ideas?
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|2011-06-08 11:59||ygrek||New Issue|
|2011-06-15 09:49||xclerc||Status||new => assigned|
|2011-06-15 09:49||xclerc||Assigned To||=> xclerc|
|2012-02-02 15:17||protz||Category||OCamlbuild => OCamlbuild (the tool)|
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