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From: Brian Hurt <brian.hurt@q...>
Subject: map as a member function?

What I'm basically trying to do is write an object with the following 
interface:

class virtual ['a] foo :
object
method virtual doit : 'a
method map : 'b. ('a -> 'b) -> 'b foo
end


Where what foo#map returns is not a 'a foo, but a 'b foo. But when I try 
to compile the above interface as an .mli file, I get:

File "foo.mli", line 2, characters 6-100:
The abbreviation foo is used with parameters 'a foo
wich are incompatible with constraints 'b foo

I'm baffled- help?

Brian