`Typegist.Type`

Type introspection.

The purpose of `eq`

is to represent type equalities that may not otherwise be known by the type checker (e.g. because they may depend on dynamic data).

A value of type `(a, b) eq`

represents the fact that types `a`

and `b`

are equal.

If one has a value `eq : (a, b) eq`

that proves types `a`

and `b`

are equal, one can use it to convert a value of type `a`

to a value of type `b`

by pattern matching on `Equal`

:

`let cast (type a) (type b) (Equal : (a, b) Type.eq) (a : a) : b = a`

At runtime, this function simply returns its second argument unchanged.

Available in OCaml 5.1.

`module Id : sig ... end`

Type identifiers (available in OCaml 5.1).

`module Gist : sig ... end`

Type gists.