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From: Emmanuel Dieul <emmanuel.dieul@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ODT: a *new* OCaml IDE integrated into Eclipse
Actually, the refactoring editor is not yet my first objective
(it is the second one). First, I have to implement a code
formatter to have a sound basis for a real OCaml IDE.

Soutaro has already told me he's working on a refactoring
tool. That's also why the refactoring tools are not my priority.
With his work, we then should look how we could integrate
this into ODT (and if it has a meaning).

By the way, I already have a parser for ml and mli files,
based on the ocamlc -dparsetree option. I also have a java
AST closed to the ocamlc compiler AST. It is accessible
via the sourceforge CVS server with anonymous connection.
The formatter should be available in few months (it's not
a full time job ;-))


Un petit rappel du message de Soutaro Matsumoto...
> Hi,
>
>> Yes, thank you. I will definitely try you work. Are you planning any
>> support for refactoring  (renaming at least)?
>
> I am working for refactoring editor(it is funded by Google Summer of 
> Code 2007). I am working on my own plugin(it is not ODT).
>
> We need parser, code formatter, and program transformater for 
> refactoring any way. I will make them so portable that ODT(or some 
> other programs) can use.
>