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Date: 2005-11-18 (16:34)
From: yoann padioleau <padator@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocamlyacc -- can i tell it to be quiet?

> > BTW, I dont know if your grammar talks about C, but in C you can even write
> >  "long const extern long a;"
> The grammar in question is the Felix grammar, which is a kind
> of hybrid syntax between C++ and ML. It make no pretense
> of being an upgrade of C++ syntactically .. however I do
> try to keep enough familiar things in it that it won't
> be quite as scary as Ocaml or Haskell.

You should put a <shameless-advertising> around such statements :) 

Did you intentionnaly post your previous message to be able to get more attention on felix :) 

> Felix uses "vlong" for C's "long long" .. not hard to 
> learn, but every new thing you have to learn is a barrier
> to acceptance.

> -- 
> John Skaller <skaller at users dot sf dot net>
> Felix, successor to C++: