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From: Vasili Galchin <vasiliocaml@y...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Another quasi newbie queston ... regarding ocamldebug
Hello,

    I written a program to test some changes I made to
the unix run-time library. In the program, I use
Unix.handle_unix_error to wrap my test cases's
outermost function. Unfortunately, one of the
functions that I added to the unix run-time is
generating an EINVAL (invalid parameter) when I call
from OCaml to C. I am used to GNU gdb where I can
"step into" a function. I don't see anything like that
(I don't totally understand the OCaml run-time model
yet ... sorry). Any suggestions? I have been reading
online docs on ocamldebug.

Regards, Vasili

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