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From: Hugo Ferreira <hmf@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Shared types: dependency in modules with polymorphic type
Andreas Rossberg wrote:
> On May 14, 2009, at 09.58 h, Hugo Ferreira wrote:
>>>> My question is: is their any way I may organize the modules or
>>>> indicate shared types in order to use a (very extensive) VB
>>>> interface (Or VB1 module)? Specifically how do I enforce the
>>>> shared type:
>>>> U1.instance VB1.t = U1.t = Make_U(VB1).t
>>> First, try the above.  It may help.  If it does not, then you will 
>>> need to add explicit sharing constraints.  But which sharing 
>>> constraints are *really* needed will be the ones revealed by first 
>>> removing the type annotations you currently have.
>> Worked correctly. However I need only remove the U in Make_U : U and
>> change it to a simple Make_U. "U1.t" now becomes visible and binds
>> correctly.
> FWIW, the "proper" solution is not to drop the annotation, but to refine 
> it to "U with type t = int Vb.t" in the definition of the functor.

I agree. I finally had to go that route.
However that means I have to change my modules.
This is taking some time to do. I was
hoping to avoid such reworking.

Hugo F.

> - Andreas
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