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Date: -- (:)
From: Damien Doligez <Damien.Doligez@i...>
Subject: Re: unwind-protect?
>From: Pierre Weis <>

>Here, polymorphism, curryfication, and specialization are shining,
>since you juste have to add one in_* functional application before an
>actual call to any function f to obtain a specialized evaluation
>context for f. For instance:

>let in_tmp f arg = in_directory "/tmp" f arg;;

Actually, currying gets in the way in this case (as it often does).
If f takes two arguments, then "in_tmp f x y" will not work as
expected, but the type-checker will not find the error.

-- Damien