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#7 in #cli-utilities
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created by Austin Poor
A CLI for timing command line program execution, written in Rust.
cargo install timeme
Here's a quick look at
timeme 0.2.4 $ timeme --help Austin Poor <firstname.lastname@example.org> Times the execution of a command. USAGE: timeme [OPTIONS] <CMD> [ARGS]... ARGS: <CMD> The command to time <ARGS>... The arguments to pass to CMD FLAGS: -h, --help Print help information -V, --version Print version information OPTIONS: -n, --number <number> Number of times to run the command. Note: Set to <= 0 to run for at least 0.2s. [default: 0]
And here's what it looks like in action:
$ timeme echo Hello, world! 1.281654ms (+/- 412.714µs) for 156 loops
You can specify the number of times to run the command.
$ timeme -n 10 echo Hello, world! 1.48318ms (+/- 326.664µs) for 10 loops
Or, if you leave
timeme will run the command repeatedly until
it's been run for at least 0.2 seconds.