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Re: tuareg mode in emacs

yes, use emacs; no, haven't solved the Lwt syntax extension problem. i did look 
at it, to try to mash some extra regexes in, but it didn't work the obvious way 
and i didn't have time to fix properly. i believe thomas said that they would 
fix it eventually with typerex but weren't interested in patching up 

On 2 Dec 2012, at 03:44, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote:

> Alas, I am no help here.  I use almost no editor support beyond
> annotations [1] and syntax highlighting with vi.  Any Emacs users on the
> list? I seem to remember Mort uses it, but he's travelling in the US and
> so response may be delayed.
> [1] http://github.com/avsm/ocaml-annot
> -anil
> On Sat, Dec 01, 2012 at 08:48:11PM -0000, Yiming Zhang wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am studying how to use tuareg mode in emacs for ocaml program development.
>> I think most ocaml programmers use it, right? Currently I meet several
>> problems, including:
>> (1) how to make emacs support lwt? Currently the keywords of lwt cannot be
>> parsed, and during debug when I want to "next" a lwt statement it reports
>> "No source file for lwt" L
>> (2) how to make emacs (or is it possible to) show several windows at the
>> same time? For example, I might want to click on a file name in the left
>> window to open a .ml file in the right-top window, to click a variable name
>> in the top window to show its definition in the bottom window, like what I
>> can do in "source insight" and "visual studio"?
>> Thank you very much!
>> Yiming



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