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foo.inferred.mli and lazy typists

trying to regenerate a skeleton mli for a largeish module that i don't really 
want to have to type everything in for by hand.  aiui the best way to do this 
is via the "ocamlbuild foo.inferred.mli" convenience target.

unfortunately this is a little less convenient than it might be - if the module 
in question opens mirage related modules (Lwt, Bitstring) or uses syntax 
extensions (certainly Bitstring, maybe more), the generation seems to fail.

are there some other switches i should be passing on the command line, or is 
there a better way of doing this?  at the moment i'm commenting out the bits 
that cause failure just to force a partial skeleton to be built, but that 
really does feel kludgy :)


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