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From: Oliver Bandel <oliver@f...>
Subject: ocamlyacc and names of rules
Hello,

I have used the name "object" for a grammar rule in ocamlyacc.
This produced parse errors with OCaml 3.08.0 - is this a known
bug?
Or is it "correct" bahaviour, because it's an OCaml identifier ("object")?

I thought the grammar rules can be named indepenently of the
OCaml's reserved words.

Didn't tried rules named "let" or something...
...should be also impossible?!

Ciao,
   Oliver Bandel

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