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From: Lukasz Lew <ll189417@z...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Feature request
On Tue, 8 Apr 2003 wrote:
> On Tue, 8 Apr 2003, Lukasz Lew wrote:
> >   I found that it would be usefull if some of the language constructions
> >   could be made localy. For example "open ... in" or "type ... in".
> >   Why "open in" isn't in standard parser?
> >
> >   Why some constructions are restricted to global (module) use?
> Local modules can help you !
> ...
Yes, this all looks very nice, and even will be usefull for me, but i ask:
Why it isn't built in?
I mean: is there any reason (performance propably) for treating some 
constructinons diffrently.
There is global "let ident = expr " and local "let ident = expr in"
There is global "type ident = typedef" and no local pair.

Local modules are fine, but they are not so user friendly.

-- Lukasz Lew

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