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From: skaller <skaller@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] 32 bit floats, SSE instructions
On Fri, 2004-06-11 at 02:23, Keith Wansbrough wrote:

> No, but you can tell it to specialise a function to a particular type
> (or any finite number of types), and it will automatically use the
> specialised one if available.
> (You can't automatically specialise in general if you're doing
> separate compilation - well, you could, but it wouldn't really be
> separate compilation, it would be more like using the function as a
> macro).

Ah .. i seem to recall a discussion on this on comp.lang.functional
now? Regarding partial specialisation where some type vars
are specialised and some not?

BTW: the notion of 'separate compilation' is pretty fuzzy these
days I think.

For example one could argue that it means 'avoiding recompilation
of common parts  of multiple programs' and in this sense
C and C++ don't have separate compilation :)

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