- View Sourcehello!
i'd like to write several ocamllex filters that work in a pipe. In
natural language processing it's a common solution to write more flex
filters, or sed script to tokenize a text. Is it efficient to write a
buffer from an ocamllex module and retokenize the content of the
buffer with an other ocamllex program? Here is a very old tokenizer
using this idea (but using stdin an out and uniex pipes)