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Re: ocaml-openflow- odd (oasis?) error

Not enough information to spot the problem here; do you have a repository I 
could look at?


On 17 Jul 2012, at 12:02, Richard Mortier wrote:

> get this when building ocaml-openflow:
> E: Failure("No one of expected built files '_build/lib/openflow.cmi' exists")
> the _oasis etc all mirror ocaml-dns afaics. but using classic-display, i see 
> that ocaml-dns runs
> ...
> ocamlfind ocamlopt -c -g -annot -I lib -package re.str -package re -package 
> lwt.unix -package lwt.syntax -package lwt -package cstruct.syntax -package 
> cstruct -package cryptokit -syntax camlp4o -for-pack Dns -I lib -o 
> lib/zone.cmx lib/zone.ml
> touch lib/dns.mli  ; if  ocamlfind ocamlopt -pack -g -I lib lib/base64.cmx 
> lib/hashcons.cmx lib/operators.cmx lib/name.cmx lib/RR.cmx lib/trie.cmx 
> lib/loader.cmx lib/packet.cmx lib/query.cmx lib/zone_parser.cmx 
> lib/zone_lexer.cmx lib/zone.cmx -o lib/dns.cmx  ; then  rm -f lib/dns.mli  ; 
> else  rm -f lib/dns.mli  ; exit 1; fi
> ocamlfind ocamlopt -a -package lwt.syntax lib/dns.cmx -o lib/dns.cmxa
> ...so what is it that causes the "touch" invocation, why is it required, and 
> how do i get it into ocaml-openflow?!
> -- 
> Cheers,
> R.
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