cl-stopwatch

2019-03-07

Timing and clocking in Common Lisp.

Upstream URL

bitbucket.org/tarballs_are_good/cl-stopwatch

Author

Robert Smith

License

BSD 3-clause. See LICENSE.
README
=== SOME DOCUMENTATION TO CL-STOPWATCH === Copyright (c) 2012 Robert Smith See LICENSE for license details. == To Time Something == Use WITH-STOPWATCH to time something in milliseconds. For example: > (with-stopwatch > (sleep 5) > 'lol) which results in two values, the first is the result of the computation, the second is the number of milliseconds it took to compute, as shown: > LOL > 5010 If your code isn't simple enough to wrap with a WITH-STOPWATCH, you can use the lower level stopwatch functions. The following example should be self-explanatory. > * (stopwatch-start :race) > ; No value > * (stopwatch-read :race) > 10414 > * (stopwatch-read :race) > 17387 > * (stopwatch-reset :race) > ;; No Value > * (stopwatch-read :race) > 5507 > * (stopwatch-stop :race) > 22128 == To Indicate Progress == Use PROGRESS-TASK to indicate progress to a stream. Example: > (progress-task :sleepy-time "Waiting to wake up" > (sleep 5) > (format t "just 5 more seconds...~%") > (progress-task :snooze "Snoozing a little more" > (sleep 5)) > 'ok-im-awake) which results in the following getting output. > ;;; SLEEPY-TIME: Waiting to wake up... > just 5 more seconds... > ;;; SNOOZE: Snoozing a little more... > ;;; SNOOZE: Done. [4999.0 ms] > ;;; SLEEPY-TIME: Done. [10017.0 ms] > OK-IM-AWAKE Note the nesting, and the increased indentation as a result. There are analogous functions for doing "progress tasks" at a low level like the stopwatch functions. For example: > (progn > (progress-task-start :nap "Taking a nap") > (sleep 3) > (progress-task-done :nap)) which results in: > ;;; NAP: Taking a nap... > ;;; NAP: Done. [3000.0 ms] > ; No value == To Time a Compiled Form == Suppose you have some code you want to benchmark, but you wish to benchmark it compiled. To guarantee it gets compiled, use TIME*. For example: > (time* (progn > (sleep 5) > 'done)) which outputs > Evaluation took: > 5.0000 seconds of real time > 0.000045 seconds of total run time (0.000025 user, 0.000020 system) > 0.00% CPU > 0 bytes consed > > DONE

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