From: "Paul A. Steckler" <firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU.AU>
Subject: OCaml: problems compiling
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 1997 10:21:51 +1000 (EST)
Frequently when compiling a file foo.ml files with ocamlopt
on a Sun Sparc, I get a message like:
I/O error: foo.cmi: No such file or directory
Note that it's complaining about the .cmi file for the
file currently being compiled, not some other module.
I can usually workaround this problem by removing any
.cmi and .mli files, running ocamlc -c on foo.ml,
and then rerunning ocamlopt. This strategy is
haphazard, though, because I don't know what the
true cause of the problem is.
How can I avoid the error to begin with?
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