The command line arguments given to the process. The first element is the command name used to invoke the program. The following elements are the command-line arguments given to the program.
[| "a.out" |].
get_argv is a function because the external function
caml_sys_modify_argv can replace the array starting in OCaml 4.09.
A single result from
get_argv (). This value is indefinitely deprecated. It is kept for compatibility with
val interactive : bool ref
interactive is set to
true when being executed in the
ocaml REPL, and
os_type describes the operating system that the OCaml program is running on. Its value is one of
type backend_type = Caml.Sys.backend_type =
Currently, the official distribution only supports
val backend_type : backend_type
Backend type currently executing the OCaml program.
word_size_in_bits is the number of bits in one word on the machine currently executing the OCaml program. Generally speaking it will be either
int_size_in_bits is the number of bits in the
int type. Generally, on 32-bit platforms, its value will be
31, and on 64 bit platforms its value will be
Int.num_bits is the same as this value.
max_string_length is the maximum allowed length of a
String.max_length is the same as this value.
max_array_length is the maximum allowed length of an
Array.max_length is the same as this value.
Returns the name of the runtime variant the program is running on. This is normally the argument given to
-runtime-variant at compile time, but for byte-code it can be changed after compilation.
"", while if compiled with DEBUG (debugging of the runtime) it will be
"d", and if compiled with CAML_INSTR (instrumentation of the runtime) it will be
Returns the value of the runtime parameters, in the same format as the contents of the
ocaml_version is the OCaml version with which the program was compiled. It is a string of the form
"major.minor[.patchlevel][+additional-info]", where major, minor, and patchlevel are integers, and additional-info is an arbitrary string. The
[+additional-info] parts may be absent.
Controls whether the OCaml runtime system can emit warnings on stderr. Currently, the only supported warning is triggered when a channel created by
open_* functions is finalized without being closed. Runtime warnings are enabled by default.
Return the value associated to a variable in the process environment. Return
None if the variable is unbound or the process has special privileges, as determined by
secure_getenv(3) on Linux.
For the purposes of optimization,
opaque_identity behaves like an unknown (and thus possibly side-effecting) function. At runtime,
opaque_identity disappears altogether. A typical use of this function is to prevent pure computations from being optimized away in benchmarking loops. For example:
for _round = 1 to 100_000 do ignore (Sys.opaque_identity (my_pure_computation ())) done