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From: Daniel_Bünzli <daniel.buenzli@e...>
Subject: Re: let rec and environment sharing

Le 31 oct. 08 à 22:17, Zheng Li a écrit :

> AFAIK, the answer is yes.
> - I once saw this on a teaching slide of Xavier Leroy (I don't  
> remember which one, but you can probably find it on his webpage)

Maybe your thinking about this [1]. It states that ocaml uses minimal  
environments hence my second example shouldn't leak.

> Btw, it is called infix pointers, and there's a "infix" tag for  
> OCaml block value.

If this corresponds to what is described in the same document. Then  
the mutually recursive definitions should share the same environment.