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From: Julien Michel <julien.michel@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Unix module troubles & Time functions
Quoting Jean-Christophe Filliatre <filliatr@lri.fr>:


> To do such a measurement, I'm using the Unix.times function, as
> follows:
>
> ======================================================================
> open Unix
>
> let utime f x =
>   let u = (times()).tms_utime in
>   let y = f x in
>   let ut = (times()).tms_utime -. u in
>   (y,ut)
>
> let print_utime f x =
>   let (y,ut) = utime f x in
>   Printf.printf "user time: %2.2f\n" ut;
>   y
> ======================================================================
>

Thanks for this piece of advice.
Yet, I work on standalone bytcode files, executed with "ocamlrun" on the target.

So I can not use Unix functions just writing "open Unix" and calling some of the
functions it provides us.

The problem remains the same: for the moment I am still not able to use the Unix
module.

Any idea to fix that point?

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