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Re: Very general OCaml questions

On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 4:49 PM, Sebastian Probst Eide
<sebastian.probst.eide@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 2) ----------------------
> If I want to define a set of high level types that should be shared between 
> all my modules and functions, how do I go about doing that?
> I tend to end up creating monolithic monsters of OCaml programs with 
> everything defined in one file, just to avoid redefining the same types in 
> all my files, and that clearly is the wrong approach :)

You can define them once in a separate module (say M) and then acces
its constructors via M.<constructor>.

e.g. :

file toto.ml:
type t = Foo | Bar of int | Baz

file blah.ml
let x = Toto.Foo
let y = Toto.Bar 42

file coucou.ml
let x = Toto.Baz




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