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MarcusKracht
I am using the C860 with the pdaxrom. I am teaching computational linguistics with OCaML,
and I would ideally like to have OCaML on my zaurus. I have unsucessfully tried to crosscompile
it for the zaurus, but I am no expert. I'd rather spend the time teaching.
I would appreciate any help in this regard. Perhaps someone has the time to prepare something easy to install.

-- Marcus
raduga
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I am using the C860 with the pdaxrom. I am teaching computational linguistics with OCaML,  
and I would ideally like to have OCaML on my zaurus. I have unsucessfully tried to  crosscompile  
it for the zaurus, but I am no expert. I'd rather spend the time teaching.  
I would appreciate any help in this regard. Perhaps someone has the time to prepare something easy to install.  

-- Marcus


I am also no expert, but there appears to be a debian package for ARM target, of OCaml v3.04 and 3.07.

the 3.07 build won't run; it was needs glibc 2.3 (pdaXrom is 2.2.5) but 3.0.4 appears to work. I don't use OCaml so I can't verify that it's doing everything it should. I've repacked the DEB archives into IPK, and put them on:

http://privyet.da.ru/zaurus/ipk/

I'll see if Absentia can put them in his feeds archive on spy.org

if you're still interested, I can try a native compile for 3.07 when I get the SDK up and running here.

(also sent you a PM)

-raduga
MarcusKracht
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if you're still interested, I can try a native compile for 3.07 when I get  the SDK up and running here.

-raduga


Thanks so much!! I have installed the 3.04 version for now, but only the base, and the
larger package. (I conjectured that the
native compiler ipk isnt strictly necessary,
but you may tell me otherwise. I am interested
in 3.07, yes, but I am happy to use 3.04 for
now.

-- Marcus
PsionX
Hey.. smile.gif If you can help me :
http://www.zaurususergroup.com/index.php?n...iewtopic&t=3226
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