> So, I'd like to modify ecpg command not to remove some specific
> comments.
> ...
> [Interface]
> add a new option "--enable-parse-comment" to ecpg command.
>  <usage> ecpg --enable-parse-comment ,..., prog.pgc
> This option enables ecpg command to pass on block comments (/* 〜 */)
> to converted C file.

The reason for not keeping the comments in the statement was simply to
make the parser simpler. If you added this feature, do we still see a
reason for keeping the old version? Or in other words, shouldn't we
make the "enable-parse-comment" version the default without a new

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