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Airspeed Velocity: A simple Python benchmarking tool with web-based reporting
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airspeed velocity

airspeed velocity (asv) is a tool for benchmarking Python packages over their lifetime.

It is primarily designed to benchmark a single project over its lifetime using a given suite of benchmarks. The results are displayed in an interactive web frontend that requires only a basic static webserver to host.

See an example airspeed velocity site.

See the full documentation for more information.

The latest release can be installed from PyPI using:

pip install asv

Are you using asv? Consider adding a badge to your project's README like this:

By using the following markdown:


License: BSD three-clause license.

Authors: Michael Droettboom, Pauli Virtanen

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