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Re: resolving anonymous procedures in statprof

From: Christopher Howard
Subject: Re: resolving anonymous procedures in statprof
Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2020 16:41:46 -0900

What, none of the Great Ones know the answer to this? Surely I can't be
the first to have anonymous functions in statprof'd code.

Christopher Howard
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On Fri, 2020-02-28 at 05:24 -0900, Christopher Howard wrote:
> Hi, Guile's statprof utility is very helpful, but a lot of my output
> lines point to anonymous procedures like "anon #x1db7d38". Is there a
> way to figure out which specific lambdas those are referring to? In
> principle it seems like I should be able to figure that out by
> running
> the dissembler (,x) on the code I am profiling with statprof, but the
> addresses given by the dissassembler do not match the ones given by
> statprof.

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