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Re: Intent to package Moscow ML

Hi Sven, 

Sorry for my late answer - I was to busy to read debian-devel. I guess I
should update my .procmailrc to get answers to my postings into my inbox...

On Wed, Nov 18, 1998 at 02:02:18PM +0100, luther@maxime.u-strasbg.fr wrote:

> > I work with it on several platforms. HP-UX, OSF/1, Linux(i386) and a
> > sun (I belive). 
> > 
> It does only bitcode executable, doesn't it ? I think it will run under most
> plateforms, it is derivated from caml-light, who ran under lots of plateforms,
> msdos, windows, amigaos, mac, linux, and most other commercial unixes. But it
> don't has the native code output that ocaml has. ocaml has a huge list of
> native code output, linux under alpha, i386 and ppc among others, but not m68k
> altough they produce code for sun3 ...

Yes, it generates only bytecode. But I did not investigate wether this
bytecode is portable. I guess that way I should add a binary-common target to
my rules-file.

I will look at it when I have the time...


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