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Auteurs: Çagdas Bozman
Date: 2015-05-18
Catégorie: Tooling

In this blog post, we explain how ocp-memprof helped us identify a piece of code in Alt-Ergo that needed to be improved. Simply put, a function that merges two maps was performing a lot of unnecessary allocations, negatively impacting the garbage collector's activity. A simple patch allowed us to pr... (Lire plus)


Auteurs: Çagdas Bozman
Date: 2015-04-13
Catégorie: Tooling

A few months ago, a memory leak in the Scanf.fscanf function of OCaml’s standard library has been reported on the OCaml mailing list. The following “minimal” example reproduces this misbehavior: Let us see how to identify the origin of the leak and fix it with our OCaml memory profiler. Instal... (Lire plus)


Auteurs: Çagdas Bozman
Date: 2015-03-04
Catégorie: Tooling

In this blog post, we went on the hunt of memory leaks in Cumulus by using our memory profiler: ocp-memprof. Cumulus is a feed aggregator based on Eliom, a framework for programming web sites and client/server web applications, part of the Ocsigen Project. First, run and get the memory snapshots To ... (Lire plus)


Auteurs: Çagdas Bozman
Date: 2014-03-05
Catégorie: OCamlPro

Here is a short report of some of our activities in February 2014 ! Displaying what OPAM is doing After releasing version 1.1.1, we have been very busy preparing the next big things for OPAM. We have also steadily been improving stability and usability, with a focus on friendly messages: for example... (Lire plus)