Ulf Wiger (AL/EAB)
Mon Mar 13 16:52:47 CET 2006
Bjorn Gustavsson wrote:
> What I meant by the phrase "implement efficiently" is that
> performance should be comparable to that of records. If that
> indeed would be possible to achive without inlining, we would
> be more interested in implementing abstract patterns.
But why is that a requirement in the first place?
I can imagine that being able to use abstract
patterns would greatly simplify some applications,
where using records isn't really an alternative
What would be _sufficient_ performance in order
for abstract patterns to be justified?
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