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Re^2: Getting timing details from a test

by mcdave (Beadle)
on Jan 13, 2011 at 18:11 UTC ( #882197=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Getting timing details from a test
in thread Getting timing details from a test

Thanks for mentioning "Benchmark". It turned out to be really easy to splice in. Just put some "new Benchmark" statements between my existing tests, and I'm good:
... use Benchmark qw(:hireswallclock); use Test::More ; ... $t0 = Benchmark->new ; ok(&test1, 'the first test') ; $t1 = Benchmark->new ; ok(&test2, 'test #2' ) ; $t2 = Benchmark->new ; ok(&test3, 'done now' ) ; $t3 = Benchmark->new ; note( 'the first test: ' . timestr(timediff($t1, $t0) ) ) ; note( 'test #2: ' . timestr(timediff($t2, $t1) ) ) ; note( 'done now: ' . timestr(timediff($t3, $t2) ) ) ;
That's giving output I can work with.

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