I started with an ocaml file Bataille.ml and finally decided to build a project with dune. The initial set up was as below :
Bataille |---> Bataille.ml
Then I added the dune project:
PS H:\Ocaml\Bataille> cd .. PS H:\Ocaml> dune init proj Bataille
which ended up with the following setup (untouched folders not detailed):
Bataille |--_build |--bin |-->dune |-->main.ml |--lib |--test |-->Bataille.ml |-->Bataille.open |-->dune-project
I slightly modified the main.ml file so that it looks like that :
let monte_carlos () = let n = 52 in let (jeu1,jeu2) = Bataille.init(,,n) in List.iter jeu1 print_int;;
As highlighted by
ocamllsp, when I run a
dune build I get this error:
PS H:\OCaml\Bataille> dune build File "bin/main.ml", line 4, characters 20-33: 4 | let (jeu1,jeu2) = Bataille.init(,,n) in ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Error: Unbound value Bataille.init
Which, as a dune beginner (and ocaml beginner as well, I shall confess) am not able to deal with.
I fear an issue with capital letters here or there, but … this is a mystery for me. I have red somewhere I would not have to declare my modules with dune, it will cope with it … I must have missinterpreted something.