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From: DooMeeR <d@d...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] What does Jane Street use/want for an IDE? What about you?
Another possibility is:

let x = List.map begin fun z ->
  very_blabla
end my_list in

It's quite compact, doesn't run into the margin, is consistent with 
tuareg, but might be less readable.

-- 
Romain Bardou

Dave Benjamin a écrit :
> Romain Bardou wrote:
>> let x = List.map (fun z ->
>>                     very_long_stuff_blablablablablablablabla)
>
> I tend to write this sort of thing as:
>
> let x =
>   List.map
>     (fun z ->
>        very_long_stuff_blablablablablablablabla)
>     ...
>
> which, as you may notice, still can't be done with tabs alone due to 
> the extra space after the opening parenthesis. I'm curious what you 
> all think of this coding style, which seems on one hand to be 
> excessively... um, vertical? but it does seem to strike a balance 
> between Tuareg's indentation rules and the problem of "running into 
> the margin" too quickly.
>
> BTW, If you keep the function on the first line, it's a bit more 
> compact, but the indentation no longer tells the truth about the real 
> hierarchy:
>
> let x = List.map
>   (fun z ->
>      very_long_stuff_blablablablablablablabla)
>   ...
>
> This is why I tend to put the function on a line of its own as soon as 
> things start to wrap.
>
> Dave
>
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