type declaration inside a
lib declares a kind of C
typedef, but stronger:
lib X type MyInt = Int32 end
MyInt are not interchangeable:
lib X type MyInt = Int32 fun some_fun(value : MyInt) end X.some_fun 1 # Error: argument 'value' of 'X#some_fun' # must be X::MyInt, not Int32
type declaration is useful for opaque types that are created by the C library you are wrapping. An example of this is the C
FILE type, which you can obtain with
Refer to the type grammar for the notation used in typedef types.
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