[MLton-devel] experimental release of source-level profiling

Stephen Weeks MLton@mlton.org
Fri, 17 Jan 2003 10:38:58 -0800

> I'd argue that it's easier and less intrusive in the code.  Particularly
> for very large functions with lots of bindings, I'd think it be easier to
> just do
> (*#profile-bind on*)
> ...
> (*#profile-bind off*)
> than it would be to modify all the bindings.

Ahh.  I agree.  I had been thinking of a per-binding pragma.

> And, the compiler support I was thinking of was to wrap bindings in
> Enter/Leave statements automatically, without needing to explicitly
> thunk.

Yeah, that sounds good too.

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