OCaml library for resizing arrays and strings
This OCaml-library consists of a set of modules which implement automatically resizing (= reallocating) datastructures that consume a contiguous part of memory. This allows appending and removing of elements to/from arrays (both boxed and unboxed), strings (-> buffers), bit strings and weak arrays while still maintaining fast constant-time access to elements. There are also functors that allow the generation of similar modules which use different reallocation strategies.
You can contact the maintainers of this package via email at
ocaml-res dash maintainers at fedoraproject dot org.