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Re: trouble with installing lablgtk2

If there is a META, and it is "installed" (it is somewhere sensible
like /sur/lib/ocaml or something) you can check that ocamlfind knows
that place by doing

$ ocamlfind printconf

If it doesn't have the right set of directories in its search path,
you can edit the configuration file (listed by the previous command).

On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 6:28 PM, Farhan Mannan <fam40@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> installing lablgtk2
> fromÂhttps://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lablgtk2/2.14.2+dfsg-2build1
> seemed to work
> but it doesn't show up in "ocamlfind list".
> there is a META file in there though - is there a way to force ocamlfind to
> pick it up?
> I have been trying to do this with "ocamlfind install" but to no avail
> Thanks,
> Farhan




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