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[Caml-list] any way to "clear" the toplevel?
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From: qrczak@k...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] any way to "clear" the toplevel?
Thu, 26 Apr 2001 10:05:02 +0900, Jacques Garrigue <> pisze:

> The real solution would be to analyze dependencies between modules,
> and only flush things that depend on a modified module. Promises
> to be rather hard.

Glasgow Haskell Compiler 5.00 does this in its interactive toplevel.
It maintains the dependency graph of loaded modules. Reloading
checks time stamps and recompiles to in-memory bytecode or reloads
object code of modules which changed or which depend on modules whose
interface changed (or something like that).

 __("<  Marcin Kowalczyk *
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