I think I know the answer to this question, but I wanted to make sure that my understanding is correct. (I’ve been looking for an answer, and everything points toward the following, but I haven’t found an explicit statement of it.)
I believe that there is no easy way to cause utop to dynamically link a native code library (e.g. built from OCaml source). I know that I can load a bytecode library into utop at runtime, and I know that it’s possible to build a custom utop that links in a native code library, but I don’t belief one can easily link native code in during the operation of utop or via command line options when I start it up.
Is this correct?
(If there is a non-simple way to dynamically link native code libraries into utop, that’s interesting, and I want to know about it, but I’m unlikely to pursue it at this time assuming that creating a custom utop is easier.)