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From: Brian Naylor <bwv211mail@y...>
Subject: [Caml-list] inconsistent assumptions over interface . . .
How can I free myself of the "inconsistent assumptions" error?  My micro test
case has the following:

$ cat a/
let foo x = x + x
$ cd a; ocamlc -pack -o apack.cmo; cd ..

$ cat b/
let foo x = x +. x
$ cd b; ocamlc -pack -o bpack.cmo; cd ..

$ cat
let foo a b = a, b
$ ocamlc -c -I a -I b
The compiled interfaces a/apack.cmi and b/bpack.cmi
make inconsistent assumptions over the interface Foo

I hope this is clear... I want to be able to reuse file names for different
components of my system. I was hoping that -pack would allow me to do this, but
it seems that it's not enough... is there a solution?

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