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Copyright © 2011 MLstate
This file is part of OPA.
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Configuration for plugins files dependencies
@author Mathieu Barbin
(** {6 Purpose} *)
With the separation of plugins/packages, we want to be able to load some
plugins automatically if there are used by an imported package.
For that we need a way to add automatically in the command line of
the back-end compilation all the dependencies of the linked libraries.
Before the separation, these dependencies was added in the command line
of opa.
Now, thanks to this module and conf files of plugins, dependencies
can also be expressed in the opp directly, and automatically added
by the compiler.
(** {6 Configuration} *)
Any file called [*.conf] can be given in the command line of [opa-plugin-builder],
following this syntax:
# comments are welcome at the begining of lines
argument argument argument
argument argument
argument argument
Supported properties are:
# extra options to be passed to ocaml compiler
# extra options to be passed to ocaml linker
# extra path to be passed to ocaml (absolute only)
# options to the C linker
# options to the C compiler and linker
Supported platforms are:
The type of the accumulated properties
type properties = {
cclib : string list ;
ccopt : string list ;
mlcopt : string list ;
mllopt : string list ;
mlinclude : string list ;
mllibs : string list ;
type conf = {
all_platform: properties ;
linux: properties option ;
mac:properties option ;
windows: properties option ;
cygwin: properties option ;
type t
The default configuration.
val default : t
<!> used by generated code
val default_conf : conf
Tell if a conf is equal to the default configuration
val is_default : conf -> bool
Fold confs using configration files
val fold : filename:string -> t -> t
Export at the end of the fold the conf
val export : t -> conf
Pretty print for debugging
val pp : Format.formatter -> conf -> unit
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