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From: John Max Skaller <skaller@o...>
Subject: Re: Polymorphic recursion 9Was Re: [Caml-list] Doubly-linked list)
Diego Olivier Fernandez Pons wrote:

> Brian Rogoff a écrit
> 
> 
>>Oh I'm not arguing that point, I totally agree that it's omission is a 
>>bad thing. However, not everyone agrees, since you it becomes a lot tougher
>>to build a monomorphizing compiler if you allow it, though it has been 
>>suggested that the same tricks you use to manually remove polymorphic
>>recursion could be used in an SSC (sufficiently smart compiler). 
>>
> 
> I do not agree with your analysis since I really do not believe anyone
> could think that polymorphic recursion is useless. But it is a
> _difficult_ subject and the Caml Team is working on it (you can read
> their research summary)


I'm confused. I think you mean *type inference* is difficult
if you want polymorphic recursion?

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