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From: William Chesters <williamc@p...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] O'Caml vs C++: a little benchmark
Xavier Leroy writes:
 > > the compiler doesn't inline Array.fold_left, and hence not your
 > > anonymous "fun" either, because it doesn't inline anything between
 > > compilation units.
 > 
 > Just for the record: ocamlopt does perform inlining across compilation
 > units (via the information stored in .cmx files).  What it doesn't do,
 > however, is inlining and specialization of recursive function definitions.  

Thanks for correcting that misapprehension, and apologies for
propagating it.  (I did do some tests, a long time ago---did I just
get it wrong, or is this a relatively recent feature??)
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