Re: Ocaml 3.08.2 & LablGTK2 : inconsistent assumptions over implementation Thread
On Mon, Nov 29, 2004 at 11:13:50PM +0100, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 29, 2004 at 11:10:21PM +0100, Sven Luther wrote:
> > Well, i guess the real problem is that any library linked to standard
> > libraries will be affected with this, this means that everything needs to be
> > rebuilt, at least each -dev library, which sucks bigtime :(.
> I don't think so. Libraries are not linked with -linkall per defaults,
> as such not all md5sums of all modules in the standard library are
> included in .cmo. If you link an hello world program you will indeed
> zack@fistandantilus:~$ ocamlobjinfo b.cmo
> File b.cmo
> Unit name: B
> Interfaces imported:
> 71f888453b0f26895819460a72f07493 Pervasives
> d01e4e6ff24eeaf6ac4e09bde34a006b B
> Uses unsafe features: no
> Thus, only libraries referring, directly or transitively, to modules
> with md5sum mismatch will need to be rebuilt.
> If the problem is only with Thread and Grammar module we will be pretty
> lucky ... I'm comparing ocaml packages of 3.08.1 and 3.08.2 in order to
> establish which modules are affected.
Yeah. Thanks for taking care of this.