Safe and efficient generic functions with MacoCaml
We apply MacoCaml, an extension of OCaml with support for compile-time user-specified code generation, to the generic function problem. MacoCaml’s combination of macros with phase separation and code quotations neatly addresses what is a recurring challenge for OCaml developers: how to write safe and efficient functions over type representations?
Our solution to the challenge also illustrates some recently-established formal guarantees offered by MacoCaml, including soundness and phase distinction.
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