mutated_ocaml / utils / config.mli

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(*                                OCaml                                *)
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(*            Xavier Leroy, projet Cristal, INRIA Rocquencourt         *)
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(*  Copyright 1996 Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et   *)
(*  en Automatique.  All rights reserved.  This file is distributed    *)
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(* $Id: config.mli 12511 2012-05-30 13:29:48Z lefessan $ *)

(* System configuration *)

val version: string
        (* The current version number of the system *)

val standard_library: string
        (* The directory containing the standard libraries *)
val standard_runtime: string
        (* The full path to the standard bytecode interpreter ocamlrun *)
val ccomp_type: string
        (* The "kind" of the C compiler, assembler and linker used: one of
               "cc" (for Unix-style C compilers)
               "msvc" (for Microsoft Visual C++ and MASM) *)
val bytecomp_c_compiler: string
        (* The C compiler to use for compiling C files
           with the bytecode compiler *)
val bytecomp_c_libraries: string
        (* The C libraries to link with custom runtimes *)
val native_c_compiler: string
        (* The C compiler to use for compiling C files
           with the native-code compiler *)
val native_c_libraries: string
        (* The C libraries to link with native-code programs *)
val native_pack_linker: string
        (* The linker to use for packaging (ocamlopt -pack) and for partial links
           (ocamlopt -output-obj). *)
val mkdll: string
        (* The linker command line to build dynamic libraries. *)
val mkexe: string
        (* The linker command line to build executables. *)
val mkmaindll: string
        (* The linker command line to build main programs as dlls. *)
val ranlib: string
        (* Command to randomize a library, or "" if not needed *)
val ar: string
        (* Name of the ar command, or "" if not needed  (MSVC) *)
val cc_profile : string
        (* The command line option to the C compiler to enable profiling. *)

val load_path: string list ref
        (* Directories in the search path for .cmi and .cmo files *)

val interface_suffix: string ref
        (* Suffix for interface file names *)

val exec_magic_number: string
        (* Magic number for bytecode executable files *)
val cmi_magic_number: string
        (* Magic number for compiled interface files *)
val cmo_magic_number: string
        (* Magic number for object bytecode files *)
val cma_magic_number: string
        (* Magic number for archive files *)
val cmx_magic_number: string
        (* Magic number for compilation unit descriptions *)
val cmxa_magic_number: string
        (* Magic number for libraries of compilation unit descriptions *)
val ast_intf_magic_number: string
        (* Magic number for file holding an interface syntax tree *)
val ast_impl_magic_number: string
        (* Magic number for file holding an implementation syntax tree *)
val cmxs_magic_number: string
        (* Magic number for dynamically-loadable plugins *)
val cmt_magic_number: string
        (* Magic number for compiled interface files *)

val max_tag: int
        (* Biggest tag that can be stored in the header of a regular block. *)
val lazy_tag : int
        (* Normally the same as Obj.lazy_tag.  Separate definition because
           of technical reasons for bootstrapping. *)
val max_young_wosize: int
        (* Maximal size of arrays that are directly allocated in the
           minor heap *)
val stack_threshold: int
        (* Size in words of safe area at bottom of VM stack,
           see byterun/config.h *)

val architecture: string
        (* Name of processor type for the native-code compiler *)
val model: string
        (* Name of processor submodel for the native-code compiler *)
val system: string
        (* Name of operating system for the native-code compiler *)

val asm: string
        (* The assembler (and flags) to use for assembling
           ocamlopt-generated code. *)

val asm_cfi_supported: bool
        (* Whether assembler understands CFI directives *)

val ext_obj: string
        (* Extension for object files, e.g. [.o] under Unix. *)
val ext_asm: string
        (* Extension for assembler files, e.g. [.s] under Unix. *)
val ext_lib: string
        (* Extension for library files, e.g. [.a] under Unix. *)
val ext_dll: string
        (* Extension for dynamically-loaded libraries, e.g. [.so] under Unix.*)

val default_executable_name: string
        (* Name of executable produced by linking if none is given with -o,
           e.g. [a.out] under Unix. *)

val systhread_supported : bool
        (* Whether the system thread library is implemented *)

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