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From: Chris Hecker <checker@d...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Automatic generation of mli files

>If I'm heavily modifying a file *and* it's interface, I generally don't
>even bother with a .mli file.

Yes, this is what I do as well.  It's very nice that you don't need an mli 
at all in ocaml, that makes for a nice dynamic process during 
development.  (See, I said something positive! :)

And, for having mlis around for decoupling for build dependencies (as 
opposed to having them for interface design, where you care about what's 
exported), ocaml -i > foo.mli works just fine.

But, if the tool was lightweight and easy enough, it could be useful.

Chris


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