Under Windows, a "bash" script called "camlidldll" is provided to automate the construction of a DLL containing a COM component written in Caml.
The script "camlidldll" accepts essentially the same command-line arguments and options as the "ocamlc" compiler. (It also accepts ".tlb" type library files on the command-line; see section "Dispatch interfaces", for more information on type libraries.) It produces a DLL file that encapsulates the Caml and C object files given on the command line.
Use "regsvr32 /s "file".dll" to record the components in the system registry once it is compiled to a DLL.
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