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|0004977||OCaml||Caml light||public||2010-02-14 00:07||2012-02-02 15:19|
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|Summary||0004977: [Latest caml-light / Windows] Caml light crashes on syntactic error when using emacs.|
|Description||When trying to run caml light binaries from emacs under Windows (running from "shell" command in emacs for example), everything works fine until you type a syntactically incorrect program. Then the toplevel crashes.|
This issue doesn't exist in ocaml. I could successfully reproduce it every time I tried to use caml light, and I think that it is basically related o a configuration problem. However, I was unable to find any documentation about it.
|Additional Information||To reproduce:|
Follow installation steps at
to install Caml light for windows along with emacs.
Use Ctrl+Alt+X to send a syntactically incorrect phrase to the camllight toplevel.
Caml light toplevel crashes with
"Process caml-toplevel exited abnormally with code 2"
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|2010-02-14 00:07||cfp||New Issue|
|2010-04-21 13:29||doligez||Status||new => acknowledged|
|2012-02-02 15:19||protz||Category||Caml-light => Caml light|
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