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From: John Max Skaller <skaller@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Re: ledit and the ocaml wrapper ...

> Sven> But i would like to have your opinion on that. Which ones of you
> Sven> use ledit, and if you sue, how do you invoke it ?

	I use ledit when I remember, invoked from the command line:

	ledit ocaml

I still forget often though, because I only use the top level
for checking out how Ocaml deals with cases which I 
don't understand: eg.I played a bit recently trying to
figure out how polymorphic variants worked.

Since I can't type very well ( in both senses :-),
I usually quit 'ocaml' when I forget ledit, and start
again using it. Before I had ledit, I avoided using
'ocaml' tool almost completely.

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