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Date: 2002-08-10 (10:29)
From: David Fox <dsfox@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocaml-mode-3.05
Jacques Garrigue <> writes:

> From: David Fox <>
> > I'm pretty sure the indentation will not be a big issue for me.
> Then any mode should please you: in ocaml-mode colorizing is less than
> 100 lines (just regular expression, that you may twiddle yourself if
> you want), while indentation is more than 1000 (most of caml.el).
> There is a huge gap in complexity, because caml syntax is so
> unstructured.

Now that I think harder, indentation *has* sometimes been an issue for
me in Tuareg mode.  Particularly when splitting expressions across
lines.  Its just that not being used to the new color scheme makes it
difficult to switch back and forth for comparison.
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