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uberpowergeek
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« on: June 22, 2009, 10:13:14 AM »

I was looking into compiling unison but I've hit a roadblock with OCaml.  It turns out that the arm OCaml compiler is using some floating point instructions (just loads and stores from the looks of it).  Fix these and I think we'd have it working.  Does anyone know the implications of changing these instructions (in arm.S) to use the data registers instead?  I'm thinking it might be valid to do this because it seems they are just using it load/store data from memory, but I have not had time to verify this.

Any OCaml experts out there?

In the meantime I've given up on unison and turned to rsync instead (and my windows boxes are using the synctoy to samba on the plug, works great)
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