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From: Alexander V. Voinov <avv@q...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocaml-mode-3.05
Hi All,

Jacques Garrigue wrote:
> 
> From: Jeffrey Palmer <jeffrey.palmer@acm.org>
> 
> > Can anyone give a quick comparison of the Tuareg ocaml mode and
> > ocaml-mode-3.05? Is the indentation better/standardized in one
> > vs. the other, support for font-locking, etc.
> 
> I'm not a Tuareg mode user myself (not surprising) 

I'm not in a position to argue on either of these modes, but I use
tuareg and it satisfies all my needs. I only remember that I switched to
it from some other mode which was less satisfactory. 

> but my
> understanding is that they have different indentation styles.
> ocaml-mode indents like the sources of the ocaml compiler
> (mutual relation: it was fashioned after them, and developpers use it)

I'm not sure that this argument is decisive for us, plain users. Add to
this that there is no concensus on the merits of OCaml syntax itself...
There are some extremely experienced FP users among us (not me), who
don't like it. I can't dismiss this fact as something "subjective". I
have no intention to offend you by this, but... this is reality: we are
all different.

Alexander
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