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From: Damien Doligez <Damien.Doligez@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] camlimages vs. labltk
On Friday, March 28, 2003, at 04:00 PM, Sven Luther wrote:

> Does this not sound as a ugly hack ?

Not to me...

> Would it not be easier to have something akin to -pack, but without its
> technical problems, and have each library pack its module into a
> namespace propper to this library ?

How do you make sure that two different libraries never use the same
namespace ?  And if I need to use two versions of the same library
in my program, how do you make sure that two versions of the same
library never use the same namespace ?

> If all library did this by default, at library build time, then there
> would be no need to rename the imports, since those imports would
> already have the modified (that is Library.Module) names ?

You can't avoid renaming of imports unless you have a centralized
allocation of namespaces, and _that_ sounds like an ugly hack to me.

-- Damien

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