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Copyright © 2011 MLstate
This file is part of OPA.
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The imperative table where bsl pugins are stored.
@author Mathieu Barbin
@author Mehdi Bouaziz
Store a plugin in the table. Do not register any bypass yet anywhere,
just put the plugin in the common table.
val store : BslPluginInterface.plugin -> unit
The finalization will check if the dependancies of plugins are satisfied.
Example scenario : You have built a plugin [libB] using an other plugin [libA],
with a command like :
$ bslregister -o libB libA.opp
And then, you try to compile an opa file which uses some primitives from libB :
$ opa.exe libB.opp myfile.opa
Then, you'll get an error when you finalize the plugin table, because the plugin
[libB] was built with a dependencie to the [libA], and you try to use
the [libB] without loading the [libA].
$ opa.exe libB.opp libA.opp myfile.opa
Order of storing does not make any importance, the plugin are topologically sorted during the finalization,
and then returned in a topologic order in the returned list.
@error using standard OManager
val finalize : unit -> BslPluginInterface.plugin list
Returns the last result returned by [finalize], but without refinalizing.
If [finalize] was never called, returns [None]
val last_finalize : unit -> BslPluginInterface.plugin list option