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From: art yerkes <ayerkes@s...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Some questions about using code from the O'caml compiler
I'm just about to finish a type reflector for camlp4.  It allows camlp4 modules
to receive correct information about the types of expressions in the input

Currently, I am using the parser from the parsing directory of the compiler to
yield a core_type_desc to the camlp4 code, which works well.  I intend to release
the type reflector under a mixture of Q Public License (the original license for
the files copied from O'caml), and LGPL for the code that I added.

Of course, all of the files copied from O'caml are clearly marked so.

Is this ok, or should I write my own parser, and parsetree types?

"Should array indices start at 0 or 1? My compromise of 0.5 was rejected
 without, I thought, proper consideration."
   - S. Kelly-Bootle

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