#timing

easytiming

Utilities for easy timing functions, code blocks, etc

4 releases

Uses old Rust 2015

0.0.5 Sep 4, 2017
0.0.4 Sep 4, 2017
0.0.2 Sep 4, 2017
0.0.0 Aug 31, 2017

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MIT/Apache

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easytiming

Easy timing for functions, code blocks etc in Rust

Quick start

Really quick way to start using easytiming is like this:

extern crate easytiming;

use easytiming::Timing;

fn do_something() {
    let _t = Timing::new("do_something() function");
    ...
}

This will produce the next output when run:

"do_something() function" was running for 410420 ns

lib.rs:

easytiming provides tools for taking timing measurement for functions, code blocks and other elements of Rust source code. It is flexible enough to accomodate different output options. It plays nice with log and slog. It works on stable in its basic form. In addition, when used on nightly, it can be invoked as an attribute (unimplemented yet).

Quick start

use easytiming::Timing;

fn do_something() {
    let _t: Timing = Timing::new("do_something() function");

    // Do some important stuff here
    // ...
}

Dependencies

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