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Date: 2009-01-09 (17:15)
From: Florent Monnier <fmonnier@l...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Toplevel - loading dependencies
> If I put everything into one big cma, then I have to recompile it every
> small change. It takes so long time, that it would make no sense to use
> the interpreter at all.

in case you're doing so this way:
ocamlc -o my.cma

this will recompile everything,
but you can use in your makefile:
        ocamlc.opt -c $<
my.cma: mod1.cmo mod2.cmo mod3.cmo mod4.cmo
        ocamlc.opt -a -o $@ $^

then you don't recompile everything, only the modified module

if there are dependencies between modules, just add additional rules:
modfoo.cmo: modbar.cmi