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From: Lex Stein <stein@e...>
Subject: [Caml-list] line numbers in exceptions

Hi, Is there a general strategy for getting the line number information
into exceptions. An exception call stack dump doesn't always work (for
example, with ocamlc -custom or ocamlopt). To figure out where my
exception is being raised, I'd like to paramaterize the exception by the
int line number. I don't want to enter this by hand because the exception
will change lines as I edit the code. Is there something like cpp's
__LINE__ and __FILE__ macros in OCaml? Or is the best way to just pump the
code through cpp before compilation?


Lex Stein                   cell: 617-233-0246

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