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From: Sam Steingold <sds@g...>
Subject: Re: compiling large file hogs RAM and takes a long time.
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skaller wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-06-06 at 12:30 -0400, Sam Steingold wrote:
>>
>> I wrote a parser generator for a tick data file.
>> The generated OCaml file is ~1Mb and contains ~120 variant type
>> definitions (each with 2 to ~100 variants) plus one polymorphic variant
>> type.
>> When I compiled it with ocamlopt (3.09.3), it took almost 10 minutes and
>> consumed ~500MB RAM (Firefox and Thunderbird were killed by the kernel
>> to make space for ocamlopt).
> 
> Use ocamlopt.opt .. ocamlopt is actually a bytecode program ..

actually, I use omake and what I see is "ocamlfind ocamlc ...".

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