(4)Note, that the Rope data structure is also available in Core: https://github.com/janestreet/core_kernel/blob/master/src/rope.mli On Sun, Nov 29, 2015 at 11:18
(4)Le 29/11/2015 22:31, Gabriel Scherer firstname.lastname@example.org ... Thanks for pointing this and your reactivity, as always. Regards, -- Sébastien
(5)There is also ocaml-pcre , but re is probably a better choice since it is pure OCaml and supposedly faster.  https://github.com/mmottl/pcre-ocaml On Fri,
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(7)As well as async_smtp: https://github.com/janestreet/async_smtp On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 8:17 AM, Ashish Agarwal email@example.com
(13)I second the use of "begin..end" in nested matches. I like this form because it is closer to Coq's pattern-matching syntax, which is simply match t with ...
(3)Thanks for your explanation. A natural thing to do, then, would be to define let lexing_from_file file_name= let in_channel=open_in file_name in let
(6)... This looks like what I wanted. In the complete program, Chargram is passed as a parameter to a functor that takes a GRAMMAR, so the first solution you
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