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(lang dune 1.10) (name parmap) (generate_opam_files true) (license "LGPL-2.1-or-later WITH OCaml-LGPL-linking-exception") (authors "Roberto Di Cosmo <email@example.com>") (maintainers "Roberto Di Cosmo <firstname.lastname@example.org>") (homepage "https://github.com/rdicosmo/parmap") (bug_reports "https://github.com/rdicosmo/parmap/issues") (source (github rdicosmo/parmap)) (package (name parmap) (synopsis "Minimalistic library allowing to exploit multicore architecture") (description "Parmap is a minimalistic library allowing to exploit multicore\narchitecture for OCaml programs with minimal modifications: if you\nwant to use your many cores to accelerate an operation which happens\nto be a map, fold or map/fold (map-reduce), just use Parmap\226\128\153s parmap,\nparfold and parmapfold primitives in place of the standard List.map\nand friends, and specify the number of subprocesses to use by the\noptional parameter ~ncores.") (depends dune dune-configurator base-bigarray base-unix (ocaml (>= 4.02.3))))