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Date: -- (:)
From: John Max Skaller <skaller@o...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Turning off type-checking
Jacques Garrigue wrote:

>>
>>It would be really nice if there were some command-line flag for the
>>OCaml-compilers which turns off every check that is not required under the
>>assumption that the given OCaml-code is (type) correct as is guaranteed in
>>my case. Would this be easily possible? What else could I do to reduce the
>>amount of work the OCaml-compiler has to do? Insert Obj.magic everywhere?
>>
>One thing you might want to try is to write your own interpreter for
>your subset of ocaml. 
>
Heh. Or just use Felix! Felix doesn't do
Hindley-Milner type inference, so the problem should go away.
It does a restricted form of type deduction (bottom up only ..)

    http://felix.sourceforge.net

Here is the output and your model encoded as Felix script.
Your code generator only needs tiny tweaks to make it generate
Felix.

--- run the script below ------
[skaller@pelican] ~/links/flx>./bin/flx --test ttt
TESTMODE: running felix from current directory
Very Very High



--- ttt.flx ------------------------
#include <std.flx>
union  satisfaction = | Low | High | Very of satisfaction;
union  diameter = | Large | Small;
union  sort = | Mozzarella | Gorgonzola;
union topping = | Cheese of sort | Tomatoes | Mushrooms;
union  spiced = | False | True;
union  meal =
    | WienerSchnitzel of diameter
    | Pizza of (diameter * spiced * topping)
    | TapirSoup of spiced;

fun model (meal_d1:meal):satisfaction =
  let satisfaction_c1 =
    match meal_d1 with
    | TapirSoup ?spiced_d1 =>
      match spiced_d1 with
        | True => Low
        | False => High
      endmatch
    | Pizza (_, ?spiced_d1, ?topping_d1) =>
        let satisfaction_c1 =
          match spiced_d1 with
          | True =>
          match topping_d1 with
        | Cheese ?sort_d1 =>
          match sort_d1 with
          | Gorgonzola => Low
          | Mozzarella => High
          endmatch
          | _ => High
          endmatch
          | False => Low
          endmatch
        in
        Very satisfaction_c1
    | WienerSchnitzel _ => Low
    endmatch
    in
  Very satisfaction_c1
;

fun string_of(x:satisfaction)=
  match x with
  | Low => "Low"
  | High => "High"
  | Very ?z => "Very " + string_of z
  endmatch
;

val MyMeal = Pizza (Large,True, Cheese Mozzarella);
print (string_of (model MyMeal)); endl;

-- 
John Max Skaller, mailto:skaller@ozemail.com.au
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