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Date: 2007-12-14 (16:57)
From: Pierre-Evariste Dagand <pedagand@g...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Re: "Ref" and copy of functions
[I forgot to cc the list, sorry]

> Err, Is this likely to be a bottoleneck? Or do you want it to be a
> library, so it has to be fast anyway?

Indeed, it will be a library and I would like to get it the faster I can.

These arrows can be connected to :
  1/ A simulator that simulates a whole network (target size : 10.000 nodes)
  2/ A network interface that connects the arrow with the World
  3/ If I have enough time, a debugger and a model checker

In the 2/ case, I'm looking for documentation about the granularity of
the Unix/Windows threads switching (as I rely on threads to interact
with the world).

For the other cases, the faster, the better.

Pierre-Evariste DAGAND