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From: Hendrik Tews <tews@t...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Camlp4 with traditional syntax (was: Camlp4 documentation)
Alex Baretta <> writes:

   There is one more issue with Camlp4: it does not allow for quotations
   to expand to generic syntactic elements. Often, I use quotations which
   expand to module definitions. I had to implement my own quotation
   expander, bypassing the limitations of Camlp4 to achieve this.
I don't quite understand, what's wrong with 

let me = <:module_expr< struct $ list of module def's $ end >>
  <:str_item< module $some_name$ = $me$ >>