robby.lansaw at gmail.com
Sun Feb 4 19:42:48 PST 2007
After a few weeks of porting I'm in a position where I'm looking for
tips on the following if possible?
Is there any libs out there that can help benchmark programs? I'm
looking for approaches to benchmarking speed and memory. I'm sure there
are various ways of approaching both, but has there been a community
based solution that seems to be considered the norm?
I'm on windows, and have access to a couple of Linux boxes to check on
both as I go. Would like to have an OS independent solution if possible.
Since the compiler decides what to inline I would like to ask for tips
on how to approach encouragement of inlining. I know that specific
approaches will be hard to do without code to reference, just in
general.. has there been any approaches that you've picked up developing
in D, knowing that the compiler will inline?
I'm at the point where I would like to look into delving into micro
benchmarks for the code I've written but I would like to look into
having a framework of doing benchmarks across all of my code.
So I'm soliciting input, and hopefully create dialog (I'll be sure to
collect approaches and throw them on prowiki once it's all out there)
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