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From: Jean-Marie Gaillourdet <jm@g...>
Subject: Re: On language extensions (was Re: [Caml-list] global record)
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Hi all,

On 20.07.2006, at 08:29, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
> Fully agreed. Me myself try to enforce locality of syntax  
> extensions to
> avoid possible clashes. Unfortunately handling that in large  
> project is
> really painful, since you end up in having to differentiate "clusters"
> of files which need to be built with different set of camlp4 flags,  
> and
> you need to do that in Makefile.

The OCamlMakefile in godi supports syntax extension declarations in  
the first line of ocaml source. Those declaration are wrapped in  
OCaml comments. Then make takes care that every single source file is  
compiled with the appropriate syntax extensions.

- --
   Jean-Marie

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