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From: Xavier Leroy <Xavier.Leroy@i...>
Subject: Re: Unsigned integers?
> By the way, is there any plan to do for int32 the same kind of
> optimizations as are done for floats (no boxing/unboxing in the middle
> of a computation)? Already done?

Already done!  For int32, nativeint, and even for int64 on 64-bit

The only difference between boxed integers and floats, as far as
boxing elimination in ocamlopt goes, is that there is a hack to unbox
floats in arrays, but no corresponding hack for arrays of boxed
integers.  As Jacques said, the new Bigarray module does provide
arrays of unboxed int32 / nativeint / int64, although of a different
type than the standard Caml arrays.

- Xavier Leroy