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Date: 1997-10-27 (08:43)
From: Xavier Leroy <Xavier.Leroy@i...>
Subject: Re: Caml Programming Environment
> I would know if exists any programming environment of caml, (I think
> that is an IDE).  Anything like RHIDE for DJGPP, like TURBO C IDE.

The best programming environment for Caml is the Unix operating system
and the GNU Emacs editor.  As an added value, both are 100% free, run
on any reasonably recent machine (and a lot of unreasonably old ones),
and give a rock-solid environment for all your computing as well...

If you insist on an MSDOS-style IDE, I don't know any that will work
out of the box with Caml.  However, I had a look at RHIDE, and it
seems relatively trivial to adapt to any command-line compiler
(such as Caml Light), not just DJGPP.

> I would like find too some docs about camllex and camlyacc.

In the Caml Light manual, chapter 9:


- Xavier Leroy