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|0000333||OCaml||OCaml general||public||2001-04-09 02:17||2001-04-09 03:22|
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|Summary||0000333: directory misuse hangs ocamlwin|
|Description||Full_Name: Sean Levin|
OS: Win2000 Server
Submission from: 24-168-82-233.nyc.rr.com (220.127.116.11)
and things work fine.
with that extra backslash at the end and ocamlwin stops interperating.
I can still use menus and type, but I am no longer able to do anything or
I must kill the application in order to exit.
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> Full_Name: Sean Levin
> I type:
> #directory "d:\ocaml\lib\labltk\";;
> with that extra backslash at the end and ocamlwin stops interperating.
That's just another instance of the (*) problem:
'\"' is an escape sequence for the character double-quote.
The interpreter is not stuck. It is just waiting for you to close your
Would this need another special prompt, like for comments?
Also, is it really a good idea to parse "\l" as '\\' and 'l', while
"\n" is parsed as the newline character?
> Would this need another special prompt, like for comments?
> Also, is it really a good idea to parse "\l" as '\\' and 'l', while
> "\n" is parsed as the newline character?
I don't know. ANSI C leaves this undefined; gcc accepts it but emits
a warning; Java disallows it entirely...
- Xavier Leroy
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