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From: Yang Shouxun <yangsx@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Problem with ocamlc and recursive and parametrized classes
Frederic Tronel wrote:
 >To close the thread, I should mention that the compilation eventually 
 >ends up in almost an hour. So the compiler was not locked in an 
 >endless loop. I had this feeling.

According to my experience, if your OCaml program runs too slow, that's 
an indicator of bad algorithm or implementation (for instance, you 
intend to use a good-enough algorithm, but your implementation is faulty 
due to oversight), rather than bad compiler implementation, unless you 
can narrow the problem down and provide a reproducible case for the rest 
of list to review.


 >In fact, my question was rather is there any improvements about this > 
 >"problem" integrated in the CVS for example.

As said above.

Best!
shouxun



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