3 unstable releases
|0.2.0||Feb 12, 2023|
|0.1.1||Sep 6, 2022|
|0.1.0||Sep 6, 2022|
processtime is an executable that allows you to run a process and display its execution time.
From automated releases
Check out the releases page for the latest stable version and download the one for your operating system.
You can run
cargo install processtime if you have Rust and Cargo on your machine.
Building from source
Run these commands:
git clone https://github.com/Orbitale/processtime cd processtime cargo build --release
This will create a
target/release/processtime executable (or
processtime.exe on Windows) that you can take and move anywhere you want.
You can run
processtime followed by any command, like this for instance:
$ processtime cargo build Finished dev [unoptimized + debuginfo] target(s) in 0.01s 6s 460ms 994us 400ns
The last line will always display the time it took to run your command.
Change the output format
processtime displays a human-readable version of the execution time.
However, you might want to gather the information from a script or something and use it in other tools.
For that, you can use the
--format option, which can take the following values:
full: Human-readable (default format)
s: Seconds (will output
0for scripts that take less than 1 second to run)
Note: If you use this option, you should use the
-- separator to make sure
processtime interprets your command properly, like this for example:
$ processtime --format=ms -- find . -iname "*.json"
processtime interprets everything at the right of the
-- characters to be your command to execute.