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From: Stefan Monnier <monnier@i...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Re: Do you like files as modules?
> implementation files. Currently, if you have an interface 'foo.mli',
> with several possible implementations, you have to resort to kludges
> like creating subdirectories a/, b/, and c/, each with a different
> version of '', one of which gets copied into the main directory at

I thought the way to deal with that was to explicitly define a module A of
signature Foo in the file, module B : Foo in file, ...
Or something like that.


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