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[Frama-c-discuss] Running ocaml on cygwin

> The windows binary distribution doesn't contain the Jessie plugin. Because > I found no information on how to install the Jessie plugin, neither on the > Frama-C site nor on the why site.

Why contains the Jessie Plugin.
Re-read that:
>> Once the binary release of Frama-C is installed,
>> download Why from, compile it, install it.
>> Then, the command line
>> frama-c -jessie
>> will tell you if the Jessie plugin is installed or not.

> However, compiling why as included in the Beryllium 2 source distribution > also failed:

> File "jessie_options.mli", line 25, characters 0-11:
> Error: Unbound module Plugin
> make[1]: *** [jessie_options.cmi] Error 2
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/cygdrive/c/cygwin/home/frama-c-Beryllium
> 20090902-why-2.21/why/frama-c-plugin'
> make: *** [jessie_plugin.opt] Error 2
> ~/frama-c-Beryllium-20090902-why-2.21/why>

Again a problem of path:
In our why directory, in the file frama-c-plugin/Makefile,
Set FRAMAC-LIBDIR :=C:/Frama-C/lib/frama-c and it should work.  

frama-c -print-libpath prints a path with \ instead of / under Cygwin, maybe it's a bug.

- Nicolas