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From: Alexander V. Voinov <avv@q...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml extensions and Emacs indentation
Hi Lukasz,

For the extensions, which I finally adopted for everyday use, and which 
are sensitive for the indentation (map...with, iterate...with...done, 
etc) I have just tweaked tuareg. This works just fine.


Lukasz Stafiniak wrote:

>How do you deal with indentation when using syntax extensions? Tuareg,
>otherwise genial, instead of helping, "messes" the source using them. By
>extensions I mean Meta OCaml, Fresh OCaml, user extensions using Camlp4.
>More, Tuareg fails to indent record types with polymorphic fields.
>One solution would be to use generic indentation and other goods a la
>Semantic's. It takes a BNF-style grammar.
>An ultimate solution would be to port Camlp4 to Semantic to parse the OCaml
>source and pass the (translated) parse-tree to Semantic. This would require
>incremental parsing by Camlp4. At present, Semantic 2.0 uses Bison.
>More straightforward solution is to make the syntax indented by Tuareg
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