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<COPYRIGHT OWNER="Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies" YEAR=1999>
<TITLE>Porting old programs</TITLE>

<HEAD>Running &CML; programs</HEAD>
&CML; does not currently support executing &CML; code from the &SMLNJ; top-level
This restriction is because the &SMLNJ; compiler is not thread safe.
Instead, one uses the <VALREF STRID="RunCML">RunCML.doit</VALREF> command
to run programs.

<SECTION LABEL="sec:using-cm">
<HEAD>Using the compilation manager</HEAD>
The recommended way to compile &CML; programs is by using the &SMLNJ;
<IT>Compilation Manager</IT> (CM).

<HEAD>The <TT>cml-cm</TT> command</HEAD>
The &SMLNJ; installation provides the option of building the <TT>cml-cm</TT>
This is basically a version of &SMLNJ; that knows how to autoload &CML;
components when compiling code that references them.
When using <TT>cml-cm</TT>, it is still necessary to use
<VALREF STRID="RunCML">RunCML.doit</VALREF> to execute your code.
Unfortunately, there have been problems with the way that the compilation
manager initializes autoloaded modules, and thus  <TT>cml-cm</TT> has been
broken in a number of released versions.
Therefore, we recommend that you use the methods described
in <SECREF LABEL="sec:using-cm"> above when working with &CML;


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