bigstringaf

Bigstring intrinsics and fast blits based on memcpy/memmove
README

The OCaml compiler has a bunch of intrinsics for Bigstrings, but they're not
widely-known, sometimes misused, and programs that use Bigstrings are slower
than they have to be. And even if a library got that part right and exposed
the intrinsics properly, the compiler doesn't have any fast blits between
Bigstrings and other string-like types.

So here they are. Go crazy.

Installation

Install the library and its dependencies via OPAM:

opam install bigstringaf

Development

To install development dependencies, pin the package from the root of the
repository:

opam pin add -n bigstringaf .
opam install --deps-only bigstringaf

After this, you may install a development version of the library using the
install command as usual.

For building and running the tests during development, you will need to install
the alcotest package:

opam install alcotest
make test

License

BSD3, see LICENSE file for its text.

Install
Published
26 Oct 2018
Sources
bigstringaf-0.4.0.tbz
md5=d1ff1ab40aad48627686f9b8c02d985a
Dependencies
ocaml
>= "4.03.0"
alcotest
with-test
jbuilder
>= "1.0+beta10"
Reverse Dependencies
albatross
>= "1.1.0"
angstrom
>= "0.10.0"
caqti
>= "1.7.0"
comby-kernel
>= "1.7.0"
conan-lwt
>= "0.0.2"
conduit-async
= "3.0.0"
conduit-lwt
= "3.0.0"
decompress
>= "1.0.0"
doi2bib
>= "0.5.1"
duff
>= "0.3"
emile
>= "0.6"
faraday
>= "0.6.0"
git
>= "3.0.0" & < "3.9.1"
git-paf
>= "3.5.0"
git-unix
>= "3.0.0" & < "3.9.1"
httpaf
>= "0.6.0"
irmin
>= "3.2.0"
lmdb
>= "1.0"
mrmime
< "0.2.0"
reparse
< "2.0.0"
sendmail
>= "0.6.0"
tezos-context
>= "11.0"
uring
< "0.2"