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From: skaller <skaller@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] 246 constructors?
On Mon, 2007-05-07 at 10:21 +0200, Emmanuel Onzon wrote:

> I have just added an option -symbols-with-variants which makes dypgen use
> variants instead of constructors. (see the file CHANGES for other changes
> in this version)

Hi! You're the author right? I there a repository somewhere?
I have a couple of patches. To the lexer I added:

and ocaml_type = parse
  | "->" 
      { ocaml_code_buffer := (!ocaml_code_buffer) ^ "->";
        ocaml_type lexbuf
      }  
  
otherwise function types can't be properly lexed.
Probably be cool if the lexer was made a bit more
sophisticated .. for example I had

%token<...>...

which failed due to a lack of a space between token and <.

I also added:

  | "%type" blank { look_for_type:=true; KWD_TYPE }

in a vain attempt to get it to ignore my %type commands.

It should be possible to make it work with an ocamlyacc
spec with a bit of fiddling shouldn't it?


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John Skaller <skaller at users dot sf dot net>
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