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From: Damien <Damien.Pous@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Ocamllex/Ocamlyacc feature request

OCAMLRUNPARAM seems pretty fine for debugging purposes, 
what about "end-user error reporting" :

could the special terminal 'error' have some useful parameters ?

>type token_error_t = {
>chars: int*int;
>lexeme: string;
>token: token;
>expected: token list;
>"%token <token_error_t> error"
would allow
>| ... | ...
>| error { failwith (arf $1) }

then, is there a "nice method" to insert error terminals in a
grammar, in order to get a parser :
	- without s/r or r/r conflicts
	- that never raise "Parsing.parse_error" : all error cases are
	identified and raise "My_informative_parse_error"

till now, I've always used the "try until no conflict" method, which
isn't really "nice"

could ocamlyacc decide whether a grammar is "exhaustive", like ocaml
does for pattern-matching ?


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