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From: Simon Frost <sdfrost@u...>
Subject: Equality of functional values
Dear Caml List,

I'm trying to use a software package written in ocaml (IBAL), however,
it fails a test due to 'Fatal error: exception Invalid_argument("equal:
functional value"). It seems that equality isn't defined for functional
values in OCAML (although I'm not an expert), so I'm wondering what the
workaround is. This apparently worked fine in ocaml 3.04, but not in
later versions. I'm using ocaml 3.08.3, and I get this error message
both on Linux (SUSE 9.1 Profession, x86_64) and Windows XP (x86). Any
help would be greatly appreciated! I'd rather not have multiple versions
of ocaml floating around...

Best wishes
Simon
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Simon D.W. Frost, D.Phil.
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University of California, San Diego
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