Date: Fri, 26 Mar 1999 10:40:49 -0300
From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Mat=EDas?= Giovannini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Power/PC Code?
> >From: "David McClain" <email@example.com>
> >I have some users on Power/PC Macintosh computers. I downloaded the OCAML
> >2.02 for Mac the other day, but was a bit disappointed to find that the
> >OCAMLOPT is absent. Is there any native code compiler for OCAML on Power/PC?
> There is, but only for machines running under some version of Unix.
> For a Macintosh, that means MkLinux, Linux/PPC, or Rhapsody. There
> will be a port to MacOS X Server as soon as I get my hands on a
> machine running it. In the meantime, the Rhapsody configuration might
> work for MacOS X.
> As for MacOS, there is not much demand for highly optimized MPW tools,
> so we didn't spend the week of work needed to interface ocamlopt with
> the MPW assembler.
> -- Damien
And what about an OCamlDep/OCamlOpt combination CodeWarrior compiler plug-in?
A small runtime library could be written that would enable building
small stand-alone applications with a console-like interface.
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