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From: John Max Skaller <skaller@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] On ocamlyacc and ocamllex
Christian Lindig wrote:
> You can pass the map to the lexer such that it does not has to be
> global:
> 
>     rule token = parse
>         eof         { fun map -> P.EOF          }
>       | ws+         { fun map -> token lexbuf map }
>       | tab         { fun map -> tab lexbuf map; token lexbuf map }
>       | nl          { fun map -> nl lexbuf map ; token lexbuf map }
>       | nl '#'      { fun map -> line lexbuf map 0; token lexbuf map }
>       ....

I use this technique, works fine. Pass an (OO style) object.
A bit boring writing 'fun map ->' in front of everything,
but it works.

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