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From: Dmitry Bely <dmitry.bely@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ODT: a *new* OCaml IDE integrated into Eclipse
On 5/11/07, Emmanuel Dieul <emmanuel.dieul@free.fr> wrote:

>    > How does it differ from ocamlfp
>    > (http://eclipsefp.sourceforge.net/ocaml/)? Its Haskell part seems to
>    > be actively developed, although the Ocaml one is untouched for more
>    > than a year.
>
> I shortly used this plugin and I was a little bit desapointed. Some points were
> quite difficult for me:
>    - I didn't have a human readable outline,
>    - the syntax highlighting was not implemented very well (.mll and .mly files
>      not supported),
>    - there was no automatic compilation (am I wrong ?),
>    - ...
>
> I also noticed that the last release on sourceforge was 3 years old. I started to
> look at the source code and tried to adapt it, but it asked too much work than
> rewriting it from scratch. That's why ODT was born.
>
> Does it answers to your question ?

Yes, thank you. I will definitely try you work. Are you planning any
support for refactoring  (renaming at least)?

- Dmitry Bely