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       ocamlprof - The OCaml profiler


       ocamlprof [ options ] filename ...


       The  ocamlprof  command  prints  execution counts gathered during the execution of a OCaml
       program instrumented with ocamlcp(1).

       It produces a source listing of the program modules given  as  arguments  where  execution
       counts have been inserted as comments. For instance,


       prints  the  source  code  for the foo module, with comments indicating how many times the
       functions in this module have been called. Naturally, this information is accurate only if
       the source file has not been modified since the profiling execution took place.


       -f dumpfile
              Specifies an alternate dump file of profiling information.

       -F string
              Specifies  an  additional  string  to  be  output  with  profiling information.  By
              default, ocamlprof(1) will annotate programs with  comments  of  the  form  (* n *)
              where n is the counter value for a profiling point. With option -F s the annotation
              will be (* sn *)

       -impl filename
              Compile the file filename as an implementation file, even if its extension  is  not

       -intf filename
              Compile the file filename as an interface file, even if its extension is not .mli.

              Print version string and exit.

       -vnum  Print short version number and exit.

       -help or --help
              Display a short usage summary and exit.


       The OCaml user's manual, chapter "Profiling".