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From: Geoff Wozniak <geoff@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Another nasty with ocamlyacc: magic needed?
On 5-Dec-05, at 12:35 AM, skaller wrote:

> I need two *distinct* parsers which use the same set
> of tokens. This is currently impossible AFAICS without
> magic (distinct -- in a different module entirely)
>

For the record, I ran into this problem myself.  The easiest solution  
to my particular problem was to switch to using Lisp, although I am  
not advocating that you do the same.  (I'm not interested in any kind  
of language evangelizing flamewar.)  I couldn't think of an appealing  
way to deal with the problem.

-- 
Geoff Wozniak
PhD Candidate
Department of Computer Science
University of Western Ontario