|0.3.0||Jan 22, 2021|
|0.2.0||Jan 19, 2021|
#41 in Profiling
This package provides a simple way of timing small bits of Rust code. It essentially serves as a command-line wrapper for criterion, allowing for quickly running micro-benchmark tasks.
It takes its inspiration, and some of its form, from Python's timeit library.
To install the stable version, install Rust and run
cargo install rust-timeit.
To install from source, run
cargo install --path . from the main
Which way of creating a zero-length string is fastest?
rust-timeit --perf instructions --setup 'let empty = String::new()' 'String::new()' 'String::from("")' 'empty.clone()' '"".to_owned()'
String::new() is fastest)
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