Commit b916f997 authored by Mickael Laurent's avatar Mickael Laurent
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add idea

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...@@ -175,3 +175,8 @@ TODO: The $\evdash e t$ operator is used in the Case, OverApp and OverLet rules, ...@@ -175,3 +175,8 @@ TODO: The $\evdash e t$ operator is used in the Case, OverApp and OverLet rules,
but what we would actually need is an operator that computes the other direction: but what we would actually need is an operator that computes the other direction:
which environments can surely lead to $e$ having the type $t$? which environments can surely lead to $e$ having the type $t$?
(instead of: which environments are implied by $e$ having the type $t$) (instead of: which environments are implied by $e$ having the type $t$)
TODO: Should we totally remove the Abs- rule and the type schemes from the paper
(and from the proof) and restricts the arrow type tests accordingly?
It would simplify a lot, it would match the implementation,
and we wouldn't have to bother with weird completeness results.
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