We are currently create
.a static libraries that only have C stubs using
ocamlopt -a -o foo.cmxa foo.c. We are using ocaml 4.10.2 and this command produces a
I’m trying to upgrade to 4.12.1, and the same command no longer produces a
.a file, only a .
It looks like it only happens for pure C library. If there’s a
.ml file into the mix, the
.a is generated.
Is it expected ? If so, what motivated this change and what would be the right way to recover my
.a file ?