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[Frama-c-discuss] Compilation of Beryllium 20090901 without dynlink

Mehdi Dogguy a ?crit :
> Julien Signoles a ?crit :
>>> [?]
>>> checking for /usr/lib/ocaml/dynlink.cmxa... no
>>> configure: WARNING: native dynlink unavailable (ocaml 3.11 or higher required)
>>> [?]
>> The configure is right: /usr/lib/ocaml/dynlink.cmxa does not exist for 
>> your platform. So dynlink does not properly work in native (i.e. with 
>> ocamlopt) but I have understood that you have no native compiler: that's ok.
>> I don't understand your issue
> OK. Maybe I'm wrong then... I just noticed that on those platforms
> was used although there was an OCaml compiler
> ? 3.11.1. So here is my stpind question: Why don't you use
> in this case?

You're right: that is the case in Beryllium.

However my patch released yesterday by Pascal uses the right file 
( as you said) for fixing the bug #224 of the BTS.