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Date: 2001-01-10 (08:27)
From: Daniel Ortmann <ortmann@u...>
Subject: Re: Module hierarchies

>>> I am wondering how a large OCaml project might be structured,
>>> specifically in terms of directories and files.

> My solution is simple enough: I use a literate programming tool
> (interscript, see my sig below) to _generate_ all the Ocaml files in a
> scratch directory.

Unfortunately, since we emacs cyborgs have already been assimilated, we
must interface through a literate-caml-mode.  Where?


> So the structure of the program is defined in terms of the LP source
> files, which need to be related to the generated files.  (It usually
> is though :-)

> The only problem I have with this is that ocamllex/yacc do not respect
> #line directives.

> --
> John (Max) Skaller, mailto:skaller@maxtal.com.au
> 10/1 Toxteth Rd Glebe NSW 2037 Australia voice: 61-2-9660-0850
> checkout Vyper http://Vyper.sourceforge.net
> download Interscript http://Interscript.sourceforge.net

Daniel "3rd of 5" Ortmann, IBM Circuit Technology, Rochester, MN