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From: rossberg@m...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Re: Subtyping structurally-equivalent records, or something like it?
"Sylvain Le Gall" <sylvain@le-gall.net>:
>
> This is not about optimized compiler in this case but about data
> representation. Even if you use an optimized compiler (which is not
> really the case with ocamlopt), you won't change datastructure
> representation to optimize.

What do you mean? There is no reason in general why a compiler cannot
optimize data representations, and some do in cases like this.

/Andreas