David Kastrup <d...@gnu.org> writes:
> Thomas Rast <t...@thomasrast.ch> writes:
>> David Kastrup <d...@gnu.org> writes:
>>> Looking in the Makefile, I just find support for coverage reports using
>>> gcov. Whatever is there with "profile" in it seems to be for
>>> profile-based compilation rather than using gprof.
>>> Is there a reason there are no prewired recipes or advice for using
>>> gprof on git? Is there a way to get the work done, namely seeing the
>>> actual distribution of call times (rather than iterations) using gcov so
>>> that this is not necessary?
>> No reason I'm aware of, other than that nobody ever wrote it.
> A solid testing/benchmarking framework would quite seem like a useful
> GSoC project as it would make it easy for casual programmers to dip
> their feet into their personal bottlenecks, and it would make it much
> easier to find worthwhile hotspots for future projects taking the
> challenge of speeding up core and/or specific operations.
>> Note that I wouldn't exactly be surprised if the gcov targets had
>> bitrotted without anyone noticing. I haven't heard of any heavy users.
>> I originally wrote them to do some basic test coverage analysis, but
>> that's about it.
> I've managed to make use of the outer sandwich layers: the prepare and
> the evaluate stuff. I ran my own tests for benchmarking though.
Umm, are we even discussing the same thing here?
Are you saying you ran profiling-instrumented code under the t/perf/
support code? Sounds nice...
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