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From: Xavier Leroy <Xavier.Leroy@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] What's the current status of int32 and int64 boxing?
> I was just wondering what exactly to expect for performance with int32
> and int64 types in records and arrays right now.  Browsing through the
> archives, I got the feeling that these types currently appear unboxed
> in record types, but boxed in array types.  Is that still correct?

No: int32 and int64 are always boxed in records and arrays.  Only
"big arrays" (the Bigarray library) support unboxed int32 and int64
elements.

- Xavier Leroy

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