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From: ortmann@u...
Subject: Re: tiny toplevel

> However, a very simple experiment shows that the Caml toplevels are
> not extremely big, compared to usual command interpreters:

> mouton:/$ ps ug
> USER  PID %CPU %MEM   VSZ  RSS TTY   STAT START TIME COMMAND
> weis 7506  0.1  0.7  1564  904 pts/5 S    14:15 0:00 /bin/bash -i
> weis 7546  0.1  1.2  2840 1652 pts/5 T    14:16 0:00 ocamlrun /usr/bin
> weis 7656  1.6  0.5  1484  660 pts/5 T    14:17 0:00 camlrun /usr/loca
> weis 7665  0.0  0.6  2252  844 pts/5 T    14:18 0:00 perl
> weis 7657  0.0  0.6  2500  876 pts/5 R    14:18 0:00 ps ug

> Hope this helps,
> Pierre Weis

Any idea how big Java is?

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