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OCAMLMKTOP(1)									    OCAMLMKTOP(1)

NAME
       ocamlmktop - Building custom toplevel systems

SYNOPSIS
       ocamlmktop [ -v|-version|-vnum ] [ -cclib libname ] [ -ccopt option ] [ -custom [ -o exec-
       file ] [ -I lib-dir ] filename ...

DESCRIPTION
       The ocamlmktop(1) command builds OCaml toplevels  that  contain	user  code  preloaded  at
       start-up.  The ocamlmktop(1) command takes as argument a set of x.cmo and x.cma files, and
       links them with the object files that implement the OCaml toplevel.  If the  -custom  flag
       is  given, C object files and libraries (.o and .a files) can also be given on the command
       line and are linked in the resulting toplevel.

OPTIONS
       The following command-line options are recognized by ocamlmktop(1).

       -v     Print the version string of the compiler and exit.

       -vnumor-version
	      Print the version number of the compiler in short form and exit.

       -cclib -llibname
	      Pass the -llibname option to the C linker when linking in ``custom  runtime''  mode
	      (see the corresponding option for ocamlc(1).

       -ccopt Pass  the  given option to the C compiler and linker, when linking in ``custom run-
	      time'' mode. See the corresponding option for ocamlc(1).

       -custom
	      Link in ``custom runtime'' mode. See the corresponding option for ocamlc(1).

       -I directory
	      Add the given directory to the list of directories searched for compiled	interface
	      files (.cmo and .cma).

       -o exec-file
	      Specify  the  name  of the toplevel file produced by the linker.	The default is is
	      a.out.

SEE ALSO
       ocamlc(1).

										    OCAMLMKTOP(1)
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