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Date: 2002-11-10 (19:07)
From: Ava Arachne Jarvis <ajar@k...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] exuberant ctags for ocaml ?
[Michal Moskal - Sun, 10 Nov 2002 07:09:21 AM CST]
> I think it's safer to escape everything. For example, consider:
>   let f x y = [x * y]
> So I did it :-) src.rpm available in the same place with release 3.

No, don't do that.  It kills searching -- vi refuses to find the tag.
Apparently a more restricted search is used when searching for tags.

Also, source rpms are a bit annoying for those of us who don't use an
RPM-based distribution.  A tarball would be nice to have on the side as
well, or at least downloadable patches.

> Hm.. I tried, but I failed to contact them. There is no email in source
> distribution, and I had some problems with <>.
> However I'm going to try again.


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