On Fri, 6 Oct 2017, Sven Schreiber wrote:
Am 22.09.2017 um 16:46 schrieb Henrique Andrade:
> Em 22 de setembro de 2017, Sven escreveu:
>> this is a trivial syntax question/request: Wouldn't it be natural to
>> introduce 'end outfile', similar to all the other blocks with
>> (Perhaps also get some script indentation in the block, but that's a
>> separate and maybe more controversial thing.)
> Dear Sven,
> I totally agree with you. I use a lot of "outfile" command and I think
> "end outfile" and indentation would make my code more "elegant"
Ah, I forgot that Allin had already explained to me that "end outfile" would
be problematic if you wanted to have other "xxx ... end xxx" constructs like
"mle ... end mle" inside it.
Ah, thanks for the reminder. I too had forgotten about that problem!
However, he said that "endoutfile" might be a solution
Hmm, it could be. But this would then be a special-case construction
(permitting nested "xxx ... endxxx"). To my mind, that makes the
suggestion a lot less attractive.