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From: Alex Baretta <alex@b...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Typechecking madness
I'm sure the typechecker knows what he's doing, but the following error 
message does look strange.

This expression has type
   'a. (('a Pxp_document.node #Pxp_document.extension as 'a) -> unit) -> 
but is here used with type
   'b. (('b Pxp_document.node #Pxp_document.extension as 'b) -> unit) -> 

Is this due to the two '#' signs on Pxp_document.extension, yielding two 
different ellipsis type variables?


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