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From: Stefano Lanzavecchia <stf@a...>
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.

As Frederic said in its original message, it's not his programs that
takes one hour to run. It's the compiler that needs one hour to compile
his program...
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