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Date: 2008-07-24 (20:40)
From: Till Crueger <crueger@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml and Matlab
On Thu, 24 Jul 2008 11:23:27 +0200, Nicolas Pouillard  
<> wrote:

>> So I am not at all surprised, that it won't work, because the 'a  
>> actually
>> is unbound. Was this maybe possible with older versions of the compiler,
>> or are there some workarounds, to get it working again?
> That's a syntactic over the revised syntax of abstract types, now  
> abstract
> types are like in the original syntax:
>   type mxArray;

Ok, that was also my first guess, that occured to me afterwards. So I  
changed it to normal abstract types and fixed the .mli file. However, the  
problem still remains, because the types are the same way in the actuall  
implementation file. So it seems like there is more at work here, because  
abstract types are not possible in .ml files, or are they?

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