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From: Márk_S._Zoltán <zoltan.s.mark@d...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Tuareg mode vs. recursive modules
Albert Cohen wrote:

>Thanks for the bug report.
>It should be fixed right now, as well as a few previous bugs that I
>had no time to fix for weeks... sorry about that.
>Best regards,
>                                                            Albert Cohen

Thanks for the quick response, and at the same time sorry for bearing 
bad news again.
I assume you mean the 1.45 version, since the file dates changed around 
the time you posted your reply to my post (31st of May, 21:48). I have 
installed the new files but the problem still persists. If you just type 
in the code I posted,

module rec A : B =
and C : D = E(A)

then position the cursor inside it somewhere (e.g. on 'end') and press 
Alt+Q for reindent, it just hangs there. Is it something in my setup, is 
anyone able to reproduce the error?