Collection of abstract values
Dictionaries of abstract values
All abstract types should implement this signature
Display a list of strings
Display a pretty list:
"x";"y";"z" -> "x, y and z".
"and" can be changed by specifying
Removes consecutive duplicates in a list
Strip a string
Does a string starts with the given prefix ?
Does a string ends with the given suffix ?
Remove a prefix
Remove a suffix
Cut a string at the first occurence of the given char
cut_at, but starts from the right
Does a string contains the given chars ?
Split a string
~visual can be used to indent eg. ANSI colored
strings and should correspond to the visible characters of s
Cut a string
Remove from a c-separated list of string the one with the given prefix
split a c-separated list of string in two according to the first
occurrences of the string with the given
prefix. The list of
elements occurring before is returned in reverse order. If there are
other elements with the same
prefix they are kept in the second list.
if rsync -arv return 4 lines, this means that no files have changed
Filter and map
Insert a value in an ordered list
Lazy environment variable
To use when catching default exceptions: ensures we don't catch fatal errors like C-c. try-with should _always_ (by decreasing order of preference):
Register a backtrace for when you need to process a finalizer (that internally uses exceptions) and then re-raise the same exception. To be printed by pretty_backtrace.
Return a pretty-printed backtrace
Prettify a local path (eg. replace /home/me/ by '~')
Function application (with lower priority) (predefined in OCaml 4.01+)
Pipe operator -- reverse application (predefined in OCaml 4.01+)
Function composition : (f @* g) x =~ f (g x)
Reverse function composition : (f @> g) x =~ g (f x)
stdout refers to a terminal, query the number of columns.
Get the output of
Get the output of
Guess the shell compat-mode
Guess the location of .profile
Like Pervasives.at_exit but with the possibility to call manually (eg. before exec())
Calls the functions registered in at_exit