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From: Neel Krishnaswami <neelk@a...>
Subject: Re: Ledit (was Re: [Caml-list] how to use a module)
Matt Gushee writes:
> Okay, then, I have some questions about ledit:
>   How do you use it? I have actually tried ledit 2 or 3 times, but if
>     I invoke the 'ledit' executable that is created, e.g.
>       $ ./ledit
>     I get ... something ... some sort of shell-like environment, I
>     guess. But all it does is echo whatever I type. And when I read your
>     post, I downloaded it again to be sure, but the same thing happened
>     again. I also tried making a custom toplevel with ledit, but the
>     result seems to be identical to the plain ledit executable.

Do this

  $ ledit ocaml

in order to get line editing in the ocaml toplevel. The really cool
thing about ledit is that it adds line editing to *any* program.

Neel Krishnaswami

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