1 unstable release
Uses old Rust 2015
|0.0.1||Sep 13, 2018|
#12 in #tuning
Tune your SmallVecs!
This is a Work In Progress. Issues and Pull Requests Welcome!
You can use this crate to get information on how your code uses
What it does is writing a log of all SmallVec constructions, resizings and
destructions by array size.
Each line in the log is composed of
<item size>;<array size>;[+/-];<capacity>, where the first item is the size of the array's item
type, the second is the array size (we can use this to distinguish various
smallvec uses within one application), the third is
+ for a new allocation
- for a deallocation and the fourth is the resulting capacity.
For example, creating a smallvec of
u8, extending and dropping it may create
the following log (here annotated for clarity):
1;1;+;1 # create 1;1;+;100 # extend (allocate+deallocate) 1;1;-;1 1;1;-;100 # drop
Cargo.toml, replace your
smallvec dependency with
you need to
use smallvectune::SmallVec istead of
smallvec::SmallVec. It's also
a good idea to call
let _log = smallvectune::with_log() in your
otherwise some entries may be lost.
Calling your code, you'll have to set the
SMALLVECTUNE_OUT environment variable
to a valid path to write to. This is where the log will be written.
This is under Apache/2 or MIT license, per your choice. All contributions are also given under the same license.