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From: Eric Breck <ebreck@c...>
Subject: profiling anonymous functions

Hello folks,

I'm profiling an ocaml program compiled with ocamlopt -p on linux/x86, and
I'm having trouble reading the gprof output.  In particular, is there a
way to tell which of the thirty or so anonymous functions (fun arg -> ) in
my module corresponds to, say 'camlFoo__fun_664' in the gprof
output?  I can sometimes infer which ones are which by looking at gprof's
call graph, but sometimes not.  Is there some way to get from the
identifer gprof uses to the location in the source file where that
anonymous function is defined?


Eric Breck