Re: tuareg et/ou ocaml-dev ?
> > if such things do not really need to build a specific package for them
> > (what about tuareg "providing" (Debian parlance) some thing like
> > "ocaml-mode" (also in [but not "provided" the standard package ocaml (it
> > already contains an emacs mode if I remember well...)
> > and
> a diversion is called for here, maybe, if both modes cannot be used
> simoultanously. I don't know the mechanism for it though.
Why shouldn't it be possible to install both on a system, and let every
user decide which mode he wants to use?