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From: tmp123 <tmp123@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocamldoc, camlp4r and variant
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Nicolas Pouillard wrote:
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  <pre wrap="">Excerpts from tmp123's message of Sun Jan 20 18:56:27 +0100 2008:
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Please, when the following small source is passed to ocamldoc (ocamldoc 
-pp camlp4r -html foo.ml), the comment "another type" is not asigned to 
type "bar", but joined to the comment of B constructor in type "foo".
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The current pretty-printer is still buggy about comment preservation :/

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Ooops, thats explains the subject. Thanks a lot for the reply.<br>
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Sometimes, I'm wondering if it is very illogic a language (aka
compiler, aka syntax) whom handles comments not as text to strip at the
firsts stages, but as statements that doesn't produces code.<br>
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Kind regards.<br>
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