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File AUTHORS

-Alain Frisch          <Alain.Frisch@ens.fr>
-Markus Mottl          <markus.mottl@gmail.com>
+(* OASIS_START *)
+(* DO NOT EDIT (digest: 39a7158c5796d2c7f25e8d398114975e) *)
+Authors of postgresql-ocaml
+Alain Frisch <alain.frisch@lexifi.com>
+Markus Mottl <markus.mottl@gmail.com>
+
+Current maintainers of postgresql-ocaml
+Markus Mottl <markus.mottl@gmail.com>
+Alain Frisch <alain.frisch@lexifi.com>
+(* OASIS_STOP *)
+2012-01-10:  Added new function:
+
+               * Postgresql.get_escaped_value
+
+             Thanks to Jonathan Derque <jonathan.derque@lexifi.com> for the
+             patch!
+
+2011-12-29:  Fixed a memory allocation bug getting values of binary format.
+
+             Thanks to Igor Plotnikov <igor@xambala.com> for the patch!
+
+2011-05-23:  Fixed conndefaults bindings some more due to unclear PostgreSQL
+             documentation.
+
+             Thanks to Vijai Lulla <vijaylulla@gmail.com> for the bug report!
+
+2011-05-21:  Fixed GC bug in conndefaults function.
+
+             Thanks to Vijai Lulla <vijaylulla@gmail.com> for the bug report!
+
+2010-12-25:  Added support for the new bytea hex format in PostgreSQL 9.0.
+
+             Thanks to Alain Frisch <alain@frisch.fr> for the initial patch!
+
+2010-12-08:  Fixed findlib linking problem with bigarrays.
+
+2010-10-17:  Added better support for prepared statements.
+
+             Added support for zero-copy I/O with large objects.
+
+             Thanks to Chris King <colanderman@gmail.com> for the above two
+             patches!
+
+             Improved handling of sizes in C-bindings.
+
+2010-03-17:  Fixed small copy_out bug.
+
+2010-02-17:  Signal an error at link time if multi-threading support is
+             not available.
+
+             Thanks to Guillaume Yziquel <guillaume.yziquel@citycable.ch>
+             for the hint!
+
+2009-10-12:  Fixed example build problem.
+
+2009-10-07:  Minor API change.
+
+             "socket" method now returns an integer instead of a
+             Unix file descriptor to avoid type problems under
+             Windows.
+
+2009-09-18:  Fixed serious bug in new escape_string method.
+
+             PLEASE UPGRADE!!!
+
+2009-09-08:  API-change: deleted "escape_string" function.
+
+             There is now a method "escape_string" in the connection
+             class, which is not deprecated and hence safer.
+
+2009-05-07:  Significant improvements to thread-safety.
+
+2009-01-16:  Added missing null parameter.
+
+             Thanks to Alain Frisch <alain@frisch.fr> for the patch!
+
+2009-01-15:  Addes support for specifying binary parameters in queries.
+
+             Thanks to Alain Frisch <alain@frisch.fr> for the patch!
+
+2009-01-05:  Switched to generational global root registration of
+             callbacks for better performance.
+
+             Requires OCaml 3.11 or higher!!!
+
+2008-10-25:  Fixed portability problem on Mac OS X.
+
+2008-09-30:  Fixed tiny bug that prevented use with PostgreSQL 8.1.
+
+2008-09-29:  Added support for connection methods:
+
+               * describe_prepared
+
+             Added support for result methods:
+
+               * nparams
+               * paramtype
+
+             Thanks to Paolo Donadeo <p.donadeo@ex-nunc.org> for the
+             above contributions!
+
+             Updated OCamlMakefile.
+
+2008-03-19:  Allow several commands in one query again (was broken after
+             support for query parameters had been added).  Updated the
+             INSTALL file with a hint on how to solve a potential linking
+             problem on Windows.
+
+             Thanks to Alain Frisch <alain@frisch.fr> for this patch
+             and hint!
+
+2008-03-14:  Merged with Jane Street Capital version (some minor
+             cleanups).
+
+2008-03-10:  Improved portability to Windows.  Added support for
+             parameters in queries.  Some internal cleanups.
+
+             Thanks to Alain Frisch <alain@frisch.fr> for this patch!
+
+2007-03-28:  Greatly improved multi-thread support.
+
+             Added seek options.
+
+             Improved documentation.
+
+             Updated OCamlMakefile.
+
+2007-03-28:  Fixed a potential GC-bug.  Updated OCamlMakefile.
+
+2007-03-19:  Updated OCamlMakefile.
+
+2007-03-19:  Fixed a linking problem on Mac OS X.
+
+             Thanks to Leonardo Cecchi <leonardo.cecchi@gmail.com>
+             for the hint!
+
+2007-01-08:  Fixed a build problem related to a bug in OCamlMakefile.
+
+             Thanks to Anastasia Gornostaeva <ermine@ermine.pp.ru>
+             for the hint!
+
+2007-01-08:  Fixed a build problem concerning non-standard locations of
+             PostgreSQL.
+
+             Thanks to Anastasia Gornostaeva <ermine@ermine.pp.ru>
+             for the patch!
+
+2006-11-22:  Updated OCamlMakefile.
+
+2006-11-08:  Upgraded prompt_gtk to LablGTK2.
+
+             Tightened compilation warnings.
+
+             Removed superfluous linking option.
+
+             Replaced obsolete escaping method, and added calls to
+             PQfreemem required on Windows.
+
+2006-09-15:  Updated OCamlMakefile.
+
+2006-08-17:  Automatically fetch compiler and linker flags for the local
+             PostgreSQL-installation for simpler installation.  Thanks to
+             Vincenzo Ciancia <ciancia@di.unipi.it> for the hint!
+
+2006-07-21:  Fixed GC-bug.
+
+2006-06-08:  Fixed GC-bugs.
+
+2006-01-24:  Added support for accessing binary fields.
+
+2005-05-31:  Fixed some uncleanliness reported by Saffire (an FFI-type
+             checker).
+
+2005-03-22:  Small internal improvement.
+
+2004-12-28:  Fixed a potential compilation problem.
+
+2004-12-20:  Fixed a bug in the "escape_bytea"-function: escaped strings
+             contained an additional null character.
+
+             Thanks to Christophe Troestler
+             <Christophe.Troestler@umh.ac.be> for the bug report!
+
+             Updated OCamlMakefile.
+
+2004-08-26:  Small internal code-improvement.
+
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+             revealed as int in the interface.  The "ftype"-method has
+             been changed to return the new type "ftype".  The latter
+             lists 60 constructors, which specify the types of fields.
+
+             The change comes with new conversion functions:
+
+               * ftype_of_oid
+               * oid_of_ftype
+               * string_of_ftype
+               * ftype_of_string
+
+             And with new exceptions:
+
+               * exception Oid of oid
+               * exception InternalError of string
+
+2004-08-02:  Fixed two serious thread-related bugs.
+
+2004-07-14:  Minor update for OCaml-3.08.
+
+             Updated OCamlMakefile.
+
+2004-07-06:  Added an example "cursor" that demonstrates the use of
+             cursors.
+
+2004-06-29:  Fixed an off-by-one error in method "get_all_lst".
+             Thanks to Anil Madhavapeddy <anil@recoil.org> for the patch!
+
+             Updated OCamlMakefile.
+
+2004-04-27:  Updated OCamlMakefile.
+
+2004-04-13:  Fixed a problem concerning backwards compatibility with
+             older OCaml-versions that do not yet use the caml-namespace
+             (identifiers not yet prefixed with "caml_").
+
+2004-02-21:  Added CAMLprim in the C-interface where appropriate.
+
+2004-02-08:  Fixed minor bugs concerning returning unit values from C.
+             Made C-interface compile with pedantic compiler settings.
+
+2004-01-29:  Some major changes to interface to use or improve handling
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+
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+               * escape_bytea
+               * getline
+               * getline_async
+               * putnbytes
+               * lo_write
+               * lo_read
+               * lo_seek
+
+             Removed methods (obsolete due to default arguments - use
+             "lo_write" instead):
+
+               * lo_write_string
+
+             Added functions:
+
+               * unescape_bytea
+
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File Changelog

-2012-01-10:  Added new function:
-
-               * Postgresql.get_escaped_value
-
-             Thanks to Jonathan Derque <jonathan.derque@lexifi.com> for the
-             patch!
-
-2011-12-29:  Fixed a memory allocation bug getting values of binary format.
-
-             Thanks to Igor Plotnikov <igor@xambala.com> for the patch!
-
-2011-05-23:  Fixed conndefaults bindings some more due to unclear PostgreSQL
-             documentation.
-
-             Thanks to Vijai Lulla <vijaylulla@gmail.com> for the bug report!
-
-2011-05-21:  Fixed GC bug in conndefaults function.
-
-             Thanks to Vijai Lulla <vijaylulla@gmail.com> for the bug report!
-
-2010-12-25:  Added support for the new bytea hex format in PostgreSQL 9.0.
-
-             Thanks to Alain Frisch <alain@frisch.fr> for the initial patch!
-
-2010-12-08:  Fixed findlib linking problem with bigarrays.
-
-2010-10-17:  Added better support for prepared statements.
-
-             Added support for zero-copy I/O with large objects.
-
-             Thanks to Chris King <colanderman@gmail.com> for the above two
-             patches!
-
-             Improved handling of sizes in C-bindings.
-
-2010-03-17:  Fixed small copy_out bug.
-
-2010-02-17:  Signal an error at link time if multi-threading support is
-             not available.
-
-             Thanks to Guillaume Yziquel <guillaume.yziquel@citycable.ch>
-             for the hint!
-
-2009-10-12:  Fixed example build problem.
-
-2009-10-07:  Minor API change.
-
-             "socket" method now returns an integer instead of a
-             Unix file descriptor to avoid type problems under
-             Windows.
-
-2009-09-18:  Fixed serious bug in new escape_string method.
-
-             PLEASE UPGRADE!!!
-
-2009-09-08:  API-change: deleted "escape_string" function.
-
-             There is now a method "escape_string" in the connection
-             class, which is not deprecated and hence safer.
-
-2009-05-07:  Significant improvements to thread-safety.
-
-2009-01-16:  Added missing null parameter.
-
-             Thanks to Alain Frisch <alain@frisch.fr> for the patch!
-
-2009-01-15:  Addes support for specifying binary parameters in queries.
-
-             Thanks to Alain Frisch <alain@frisch.fr> for the patch!
-
-2009-01-05:  Switched to generational global root registration of
-             callbacks for better performance.
-
-             Requires OCaml 3.11 or higher!!!
-
-2008-10-25:  Fixed portability problem on Mac OS X.
-
-2008-09-30:  Fixed tiny bug that prevented use with PostgreSQL 8.1.
-
-2008-09-29:  Added support for connection methods:
-
-               * describe_prepared
-
-             Added support for result methods:
-
-               * nparams
-               * paramtype
-
-             Thanks to Paolo Donadeo <p.donadeo@ex-nunc.org> for the
-             above contributions!
-
-             Updated OCamlMakefile.
-
-2008-03-19:  Allow several commands in one query again (was broken after
-             support for query parameters had been added).  Updated the
-             INSTALL file with a hint on how to solve a potential linking
-             problem on Windows.
-
-             Thanks to Alain Frisch <alain@frisch.fr> for this patch
-             and hint!
-
-2008-03-14:  Merged with Jane Street Capital version (some minor
-             cleanups).
-
-2008-03-10:  Improved portability to Windows.  Added support for
-             parameters in queries.  Some internal cleanups.
-
-             Thanks to Alain Frisch <alain@frisch.fr> for this patch!
-
-2007-03-28:  Greatly improved multi-thread support.
-
-             Added seek options.
-
-             Improved documentation.
-
-             Updated OCamlMakefile.
-
-2007-03-28:  Fixed a potential GC-bug.  Updated OCamlMakefile.
-
-2007-03-19:  Updated OCamlMakefile.
-
-2007-03-19:  Fixed a linking problem on Mac OS X.
-
-             Thanks to Leonardo Cecchi <leonardo.cecchi@gmail.com>
-             for the hint!
-
-2007-01-08:  Fixed a build problem related to a bug in OCamlMakefile.
-
-             Thanks to Anastasia Gornostaeva <ermine@ermine.pp.ru>
-             for the hint!
-
-2007-01-08:  Fixed a build problem concerning non-standard locations of
-             PostgreSQL.
-
-             Thanks to Anastasia Gornostaeva <ermine@ermine.pp.ru>
-             for the patch!
-
-2006-11-22:  Updated OCamlMakefile.
-
-2006-11-08:  Upgraded prompt_gtk to LablGTK2.
-
-             Tightened compilation warnings.
-
-             Removed superfluous linking option.
-
-             Replaced obsolete escaping method, and added calls to
-             PQfreemem required on Windows.
-
-2006-09-15:  Updated OCamlMakefile.
-
-2006-08-17:  Automatically fetch compiler and linker flags for the local
-             PostgreSQL-installation for simpler installation.  Thanks to
-             Vincenzo Ciancia <ciancia@di.unipi.it> for the hint!
-
-2006-07-21:  Fixed GC-bug.
-
-2006-06-08:  Fixed GC-bugs.
-
-2006-01-24:  Added support for accessing binary fields.
-
-2005-05-31:  Fixed some uncleanliness reported by Saffire (an FFI-type
-             checker).
-
-2005-03-22:  Small internal improvement.
-
-2004-12-28:  Fixed a potential compilation problem.
-
-2004-12-20:  Fixed a bug in the "escape_bytea"-function: escaped strings
-             contained an additional null character.
-
-             Thanks to Christophe Troestler
-             <Christophe.Troestler@umh.ac.be> for the bug report!
-
-             Updated OCamlMakefile.
-
-2004-08-26:  Small internal code-improvement.
-
-2004-08-05:  Several significant improvements: the oid type is now
-             revealed as int in the interface.  The "ftype"-method has
-             been changed to return the new type "ftype".  The latter
-             lists 60 constructors, which specify the types of fields.
-
-             The change comes with new conversion functions:
-
-               * ftype_of_oid
-               * oid_of_ftype
-               * string_of_ftype
-               * ftype_of_string
-
-             And with new exceptions:
-
-               * exception Oid of oid
-               * exception InternalError of string
-
-2004-08-02:  Fixed two serious thread-related bugs.
-
-2004-07-14:  Minor update for OCaml-3.08.
-
-             Updated OCamlMakefile.
-
-2004-07-06:  Added an example "cursor" that demonstrates the use of
-             cursors.
-
-2004-06-29:  Fixed an off-by-one error in method "get_all_lst".
-             Thanks to Anil Madhavapeddy <anil@recoil.org> for the patch!
-
-             Updated OCamlMakefile.
-
-2004-04-27:  Updated OCamlMakefile.
-
-2004-04-13:  Fixed a problem concerning backwards compatibility with
-             older OCaml-versions that do not yet use the caml-namespace
-             (identifiers not yet prefixed with "caml_").
-
-2004-02-21:  Added CAMLprim in the C-interface where appropriate.
-
-2004-02-08:  Fixed minor bugs concerning returning unit values from C.
-             Made C-interface compile with pedantic compiler settings.
-
-2004-01-29:  Some major changes to interface to use or improve handling
-             of default arguments. Effected methods:
-
-               * escape_string
-               * escape_bytea
-               * getline
-               * getline_async
-               * putnbytes
-               * lo_write
-               * lo_read
-               * lo_seek
-
-             Removed methods (obsolete due to default arguments - use
-             "lo_write" instead):
-
-               * lo_write_string
-
-             Added functions:
-
-               * unescape_bytea
-
-2004-01-28:  First release.

File INSTALL

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-                                  INSTALL
-
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-  1) Download and install PostgreSQL including development files:
-
-       http://www.postgresql.org
-
-     Your OS-distribution may already have a pre-compiled package, too.
-
-     If the library is installed in a non-standard place, you may need
-     to set the paths to the include file "libpq-fe.h" and to the static
-     or shared libraries in Makefile.conf (variables INCDIRS and LIBDIRS).
-
-  2) If there is anything non-standard about your OCaml-installation,
-     look at the default settings in "OCamlMakefile" and set them to
-     the values that are valid on your system. You can do this also by
-     setting environment variables. This is greatly simplified if you
-     normally use "OCamlMakefile" and have already configured your shell
-     environment in startup files appropriately.
-
-     You will need Gerd Stolpmann's "findlib"-tool!
-
-       http://www.ocaml-programming.de/programming/download-caml.html
-
-     On some platforms (e.g. Solaris) it may be necessary to use gcc as
-     C-compiler instead of the vendor one, i.e. "CC=gcc".
-
-     If you want to compile the byte-code library without the
-     "-custom"-switch, you will have to supply "NO_CUSTOM=y" to "make".
-
-  3) Don't forget: you will need GNU-make!
-
-     Enter "make" in the top directory to compile the library.
-
-     By default, the library will be compiled to support dynamic
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-     statically linkable library.
-
-  4) Enter "make install" to install the library.
-
-  x) If you want to compile the examples, enter "make examples".
-
-     If dynamic linking was allowed, you may only be able to run the
-     examples after installation of this library (step 4 above)!
-
-   ATTENTION WINDOWS USERS:
-
-   The call to PQconnectdb may fail under Windows if the application
-   has not been linked with the system library wsock32.lib (at least
-   when using a static version of libpq linked with the application,
-   not the DLL).  This can be fixed by also linking unix.cma/unix.cmxa,
-   which forces wsock32.lib.
-
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-                                 UNINSTALL
-
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-  1) Easy: just enter "make uninstall". This will remove all files
-     installed by "make install".
-
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Enjoy!
-
-New York, 2008-03-19
-Markus Mottl
-
-email: markus.mottl@gmail.com
-WWW:   http://www.ocaml.info
+(* OASIS_START *)
+(* DO NOT EDIT (digest: b05967a914cbc12cf9f198d8f63c6be1) *)
+This is the INSTALL file for the postgresql-ocaml distribution.
+
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+Dependencies
+============
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+3. Run 'ocaml setup.ml -build'
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+OASIS
+=====
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+(* OASIS_STOP *)

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+# OASIS_START
+# DO NOT EDIT (digest: bc1e05bfc8b39b664f29dae8dbd3ebbb)
 
-.PHONY: all
-all:
-	@cd lib && $(MAKE) byte-code-library native-code-library
+SETUP = ocaml setup.ml
 
-.PHONY:	examples
-examples:
-	@for dir in $(EXAMPLES); do (cd $$dir && $(MAKE)); done
+build: setup.data
+	$(SETUP) -build $(BUILDFLAGS)
 
-.PHONY:	doc
-doc:
-	@cd lib && $(MAKE) $@
-	ln -sf lib/doc
+doc: setup.data build
+	$(SETUP) -doc $(DOCFLAGS)
 
-.PHONY:	install
-install:
-	@cd lib && $(MAKE) $@
+test: setup.data build
+	$(SETUP) -test $(TESTFLAGS)
 
-.PHONY:	uninstall
-uninstall:
-	@cd lib && $(MAKE) $@
+all: 
+	$(SETUP) -all $(ALLFLAGS)
 
-.PHONY:	clean
-clean:
-	@cd lib && $(MAKE) clean
-	@for dir in $(EXAMPLES); do (cd $$dir && $(MAKE) $@); done
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+install: setup.data
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+
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+
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+
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+
+# OASIS_STOP

File Makefile.conf

-export CFLAGS += -I$(shell pg_config --includedir)
-export LDFLAGS += -L$(shell pg_config --libdir)
-export OCAMLMKLIB_FLAGS = -L$(shell pg_config --libdir)
-
-export PG_OCAML_MAJOR_VERSION = \
-  $(shell pg_config --version | sed -e  "s/^.* \([0-9]*\).*/\1/g")
-
-export PG_OCAML_MINOR_VERSION = \
-  $(shell pg_config --version | sed -e "s/^.* [^.]*\.\([0-9]*\).*/\1/g")

File OCamlMakefile

-###########################################################################
-#                              OCamlMakefile
-#                  Copyright (C) 1999-  Markus Mottl
-#
-#                             For updates see:
-#                http://www.ocaml.info/home/ocaml_sources.html
-#
-###########################################################################
-
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-
-# Set these variables to the names of the sources to be processed and
-# the result variable. Order matters during linkage!
-
-ifndef SOURCES
-  SOURCES := foo.ml
-endif
-export SOURCES
-
-ifndef RES_CLIB_SUF
-  RES_CLIB_SUF := _stubs
-endif
-export RES_CLIB_SUF
-
-ifndef RESULT
-  RESULT := foo
-endif
-export RESULT := $(strip $(RESULT))
-
-export LIB_PACK_NAME
-
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-  DOC_FILES := $(filter %.mli, $(SOURCES))
-endif
-export DOC_FILES
-FIRST_DOC_FILE := $(firstword $(DOC_FILES))
-
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-export NCSUFFIX
-
-ifndef TOPSUFFIX
-  TOPSUFFIX := .top
-endif
-export TOPSUFFIX
-
-# Eventually set include- and library-paths, libraries to link,
-# additional compilation-, link- and ocamlyacc-flags
-# Path- and library information needs not be written with "-I" and such...
-# Define THREADS if you need it, otherwise leave it unset (same for
-# USE_CAMLP4)!
-
-export THREADS
-export VMTHREADS
-export ANNOTATE
-export USE_CAMLP4
-
-export INCDIRS
-export LIBDIRS
-export EXTLIBDIRS
-export RESULTDEPS
-export OCAML_DEFAULT_DIRS
-
-export LIBS
-export CLIBS
-export CFRAMEWORKS
-
-export OCAMLFLAGS
-export OCAMLNCFLAGS
-export OCAMLBCFLAGS
-
-export OCAMLLDFLAGS
-export OCAMLNLDFLAGS
-export OCAMLBLDFLAGS
-
-export OCAMLMKLIB_FLAGS
-
-ifndef OCAMLCPFLAGS
-  OCAMLCPFLAGS := a
-endif
-export OCAMLCPFLAGS
-
-ifndef DOC_DIR
-  DOC_DIR := doc
-endif
-export DOC_DIR
-
-export PPFLAGS
-
-export LFLAGS
-export YFLAGS
-export IDLFLAGS
-
-export OCAMLDOCFLAGS
-
-export OCAMLFIND_INSTFLAGS
-
-export DVIPSFLAGS
-
-export STATIC
-
-# Add a list of optional trash files that should be deleted by "make clean"
-export TRASH
-
-ECHO := echo
-
-ifdef REALLY_QUIET
-  export REALLY_QUIET
-  ECHO := true
-  LFLAGS := $(LFLAGS) -q
-  YFLAGS := $(YFLAGS) -q
-endif
-
-####################  variables depending on your OCaml-installation
-
-SYSTEM := $(shell ocamlc -config 2>/dev/null | grep system | sed 's/system: //')
-    # This may be
-    # - mingw
-    # - win32
-    # - cygwin
-    # - some other string means Unix
-    # - empty means ocamlc does not support -config
-
-ifeq ($(SYSTEM),mingw)
-  MINGW=1
-endif
-ifeq ($(SYSTEM),win32)
-  MSVC=1
-endif
-
-ifdef MINGW
-  export MINGW
-  WIN32 := 1
-  # We are compiling with cygwin tools:
-  CFLAGS_WIN32 := -mno-cygwin
-  # The default value 'cc' makes 'ocamlc -cc "cc"' raises the error 'The
-  # NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction'.
-  CC := gcc
-  # The OCaml C header files use this flag:
-  CFLAGS += -D__MINGW32__
-endif
-ifdef MSVC
-  export MSVC
-  WIN32   := 1
-  ifndef STATIC
-    CPPFLAGS_WIN32 := -DCAML_DLL
-  endif
-  CFLAGS_WIN32 += -nologo
-  EXT_OBJ := obj
-  EXT_LIB := lib
-  ifeq ($(CC),gcc)
-    # work around GNU Make default value
-    ifdef THREADS
-      CC := cl -MT
-    else
-      CC := cl
-    endif
-  endif
-  ifeq ($(CXX),g++)
-    # work around GNU Make default value
-    CXX := $(CC)
-  endif
-  CFLAG_O := -Fo
-endif
-ifdef WIN32
-  EXT_CXX := cpp
-  EXE     := .exe
-endif
-
-ifndef EXT_OBJ
-  EXT_OBJ := o
-endif
-ifndef EXT_LIB
-  EXT_LIB := a
-endif
-ifndef EXT_CXX
-  EXT_CXX := cc
-endif
-ifndef EXE
-  EXE := # empty
-endif
-ifndef CFLAG_O
-  CFLAG_O := -o # do not delete this comment (preserves trailing whitespace)!
-endif
-
-export CC
-export CXX
-export CFLAGS
-export CXXFLAGS
-export LDFLAGS
-export CPPFLAGS
-
-ifndef RPATH_FLAG
-  ifdef ELF_RPATH_FLAG
-    RPATH_FLAG := $(ELF_RPATH_FLAG)
-  else
-    RPATH_FLAG := -R
-  endif
-endif
-export RPATH_FLAG
-
-ifndef MSVC
-ifndef PIC_CFLAGS
-  PIC_CFLAGS := -fPIC
-endif
-ifndef PIC_CPPFLAGS
-  PIC_CPPFLAGS := -DPIC
-endif
-endif
-
-export PIC_CFLAGS
-export PIC_CPPFLAGS
-
-BCRESULT  := $(addsuffix $(BCSUFFIX), $(RESULT))
-NCRESULT  := $(addsuffix $(NCSUFFIX), $(RESULT))
-TOPRESULT := $(addsuffix $(TOPSUFFIX), $(RESULT))
-
-ifndef OCAMLFIND
-  OCAMLFIND := ocamlfind
-endif
-export OCAMLFIND
-
-ifndef OCAML
-  OCAML := ocaml
-endif
-export OCAML
-
-ifndef OCAMLC
-  OCAMLC := ocamlc
-endif
-export OCAMLC
-
-ifndef OCAMLOPT
-  OCAMLOPT := ocamlopt
-endif
-export OCAMLOPT
-
-ifndef OCAMLMKTOP
-  OCAMLMKTOP := ocamlmktop
-endif
-export OCAMLMKTOP
-
-ifndef OCAMLCP
-  OCAMLCP := ocamlcp
-endif
-export OCAMLCP
-
-ifndef OCAMLDEP
-  OCAMLDEP := ocamldep
-endif
-export OCAMLDEP
-
-ifndef OCAMLLEX
-  OCAMLLEX := ocamllex
-endif
-export OCAMLLEX
-
-ifndef OCAMLYACC
-  OCAMLYACC := ocamlyacc
-endif
-export OCAMLYACC
-
-ifndef OCAMLMKLIB
-  OCAMLMKLIB := ocamlmklib
-endif
-export OCAMLMKLIB
-
-ifndef OCAML_GLADECC
-  OCAML_GLADECC := lablgladecc2
-endif
-export OCAML_GLADECC
-
-ifndef OCAML_GLADECC_FLAGS
-  OCAML_GLADECC_FLAGS :=
-endif
-export OCAML_GLADECC_FLAGS
-
-ifndef CAMELEON_REPORT
-  CAMELEON_REPORT := report
-endif
-export CAMELEON_REPORT
-
-ifndef CAMELEON_REPORT_FLAGS
-  CAMELEON_REPORT_FLAGS :=
-endif
-export CAMELEON_REPORT_FLAGS
-
-ifndef CAMELEON_ZOGGY
-  CAMELEON_ZOGGY := camlp4o pa_zog.cma pr_o.cmo
-endif
-export CAMELEON_ZOGGY
-
-ifndef CAMELEON_ZOGGY_FLAGS
-  CAMELEON_ZOGGY_FLAGS :=
-endif
-export CAMELEON_ZOGGY_FLAGS
-
-ifndef OXRIDL
-  OXRIDL := oxridl
-endif
-export OXRIDL
-
-ifndef CAMLIDL
-  CAMLIDL := camlidl
-endif
-export CAMLIDL
-
-ifndef CAMLIDLDLL
-  CAMLIDLDLL := camlidldll
-endif
-export CAMLIDLDLL
-
-ifndef NOIDLHEADER
-  MAYBE_IDL_HEADER := -header
-endif
-export NOIDLHEADER
-
-export NO_CUSTOM
-
-ifndef CAMLP4
-  CAMLP4 := camlp4
-endif
-export CAMLP4
-
-ifndef REAL_OCAMLFIND
-  ifdef PACKS
-    ifndef CREATE_LIB
-      ifdef THREADS
-	PACKS += threads
-      endif
-    endif
-    empty :=
-    space := $(empty) $(empty)
-    comma := ,
-    ifdef PREDS
-      PRE_OCAML_FIND_PREDICATES := $(subst $(space),$(comma),$(PREDS))
-      PRE_OCAML_FIND_PACKAGES := $(subst $(space),$(comma),$(PACKS))
-      OCAML_FIND_PREDICATES := -predicates $(PRE_OCAML_FIND_PREDICATES)
-  #    OCAML_DEP_PREDICATES := -syntax $(PRE_OCAML_FIND_PREDICATES)
-      OCAML_FIND_PACKAGES := $(OCAML_FIND_PREDICATES) -package $(PRE_OCAML_FIND_PACKAGES)
-      OCAML_DEP_PACKAGES := $(OCAML_DEP_PREDICATES) -package $(PRE_OCAML_FIND_PACKAGES)
-    else
-      OCAML_FIND_PACKAGES := -package $(subst $(space),$(comma),$(PACKS))
-      OCAML_DEP_PACKAGES :=
-    endif
-    OCAML_FIND_LINKPKG := -linkpkg
-    REAL_OCAMLFIND := $(OCAMLFIND)
-  endif
-endif
-
-export OCAML_FIND_PACKAGES
-export OCAML_DEP_PACKAGES
-export OCAML_FIND_LINKPKG
-export REAL_OCAMLFIND
-
-ifndef OCAMLDOC
-  OCAMLDOC := ocamldoc
-endif
-export OCAMLDOC
-
-ifndef LATEX
-  LATEX := latex
-endif
-export LATEX
-
-ifndef DVIPS
-  DVIPS := dvips
-endif
-export DVIPS
-
-ifndef PS2PDF
-  PS2PDF := ps2pdf
-endif
-export PS2PDF
-
-ifndef OCAMLMAKEFILE
-  OCAMLMAKEFILE := OCamlMakefile
-endif
-export OCAMLMAKEFILE
-
-ifndef OCAMLLIBPATH
-  OCAMLLIBPATH := \
-    $(shell $(OCAMLC) 2>/dev/null -where || echo /usr/local/lib/ocaml)
-endif
-export OCAMLLIBPATH
-
-ifndef OCAML_LIB_INSTALL
-  OCAML_LIB_INSTALL := $(OCAMLLIBPATH)/contrib
-endif
-export OCAML_LIB_INSTALL
-
-###########################################################################
-
-####################  change following sections only if
-####################    you know what you are doing!
-
-# delete target files when a build command fails
-.PHONY: .DELETE_ON_ERROR
-.DELETE_ON_ERROR:
-
-# for pedants using "--warn-undefined-variables"
-export MAYBE_IDL
-export REAL_RESULT
-export CAMLIDLFLAGS
-export THREAD_FLAG
-export RES_CLIB
-export MAKEDLL
-export ANNOT_FLAG
-export C_OXRIDL
-export SUBPROJS
-export CFLAGS_WIN32
-export CPPFLAGS_WIN32
-
-INCFLAGS :=
-
-SHELL := /bin/sh
-
-MLDEPDIR := ._d
-BCDIDIR  := ._bcdi
-NCDIDIR  := ._ncdi
-
-FILTER_EXTNS