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(* A stretch is a fragment of a source file. It holds the file name,
   the line number, and the line count (that is, the length) of the
   fragment. These are used for generating #line directives when the
   fragment is copied to an output file. It also holds the textual
   content of the fragment, as a string. The [raw_content] field holds
   the text that was found in the source file, while the [content]
   field holds the same text after transformation by the lexer (which
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   may substitute keywords, insert padding, insert parentheses, etc.).
   See [Lexer.mk_stretch] and its various call sites in [Lexer]. *)
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type t = {
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    stretch_filename    : string;
    stretch_linenum     : int;
    stretch_linecount   : int;
    stretch_raw_content : string;
    stretch_content     : string;
    stretch_keywords    : Keyword.keyword list
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  }
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(* An OCaml type is either a stretch (if it was found in some
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   source file) or a string (if it was inferred via [Infer]). *)

type ocamltype =
  | Declared of t
  | Inferred of string