Camlp4 3.10 » dynamic_functor_example.ml

dynamic_functor_example.ml:

type t1 = A | B
type t2 = Foo of string * t1
open Camlp4

module Id = struct (* Information for dynamic loading *)
  let name = "My_extension"
  let version = "$Id$"
end

(* An extension is just a functor: Syntax -> Syntax *)
module Make (Syntax : Sig.Syntax) = struct
  include Syntax
  let foo = Gram.Entry.mk "foo"
  let bar = Gram.Entry.mk "bar"
  open Camlp4.Sig
  EXTEND Gram
    GLOBAL: foo bar;
    foo: [ [ "foo"; i = LIDENT; b = bar -> Foo(i, b) ] ];
    bar: [ [ "?" -> A | "." -> B ] ];
  END;;
  Gram.parse_string foo (Loc.mk "") "foo x?" = Foo("x", A)
  DELETE_RULE Gram foo: "foo"; LIDENT; bar END
end

(* Register it to make it usable via the camlp4 binary. *)
module M = Register.SyntaxExtension(Id)(Make)

History

This example was found to have broken between the original camlp4 beta and the ocaml-3.10-beta tarball. changed in discussion on caml-list on 8 Apr 2007. See wiki revision history:

http://ocaml-tutorial.org/camlp4_3.10/dynamic_functor_example.ml/diff?version=15601