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From: Mattias_Engdegård <mattias@v...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Question on writing efficient Ocaml.
>In general, I wouldn't explicitly advise against using single
>constructor type definitions for documentation, except when the
>argument is a single int or float and performance matters.

Is there a reason for this? To my innocent eyes, code like

  type length = Length of int

looks quite reasonable and could be useful at times.

If binary compatibility with old OCaml releases would be the reason,
is there a policy stating when such ABI details can be changed?