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From: Nuutti Kotivuori <naked+caml@n...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Object-oriented access bottleneck
Brian Hurt wrote:
> - Despite my best efforts, ocaml inlined (and removed) the call to
> foo.  In general this is good, but it did defeat my efforts to time
> how long a direct function call took.  For some reason it didn't
> also eliminate the for loops.  If I had to guess, Ocaml's call to a
> known function is about the same speed as C's.

I am not certain what it does, but did you try 'ocamlopt -inline -1 ...'?

For me, that seemed to prevent some inlining atleast.

-- Naked

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