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Odd precedence of [%x] #6386

vicuna opened this Issue Apr 30, 2014 · 1 comment


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vicuna commented Apr 30, 2014

Original bug ID: 6386
Reporter: @whitequark
Assigned to: @alainfrisch
Status: closed (set by @xavierleroy on 2015-12-11T18:26:44Z)
Resolution: fixed
Priority: normal
Severity: minor
Fixed in version: 4.02.0+dev
Category: ~DO NOT USE (was: OCaml general)
Monitored by: @gasche

Bug description

It seems like "Some [%x]" is parsed as "(Some) ([%x])". Seeing as the latter is never valid, it puzzles me why does the parsetree look like that. I would definitely expect it to be parsed as "Some ([%x])", which is what I currently have to write explicitly.


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vicuna commented Apr 30, 2014

Comment author: @alainfrisch

Thanks, this is now fixed on trunk (commit 14709).

@vicuna vicuna closed this Dec 11, 2015

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