Simple benchmarking with noticeable progress and pretty results.
Benchmarks are pretty easy, I'll explain a simple example
Tach.meter(4) do tach('first') do sleep(rand) end tach('second') do sleep(rand) end end
The optional argument to meter tells it how many times to run each tach (it defaults to 1) Each tach should have a name, so you can recognize them in the results Then inside the tach block you should specify the code you care about comparing. The name of each tach will be displayed as it starts
For things requiring more complex setup you can make them do their own iteration, for instance:
Tach.meter(4) do tach('complex') do |count| duration = rand count.times do sleep(duration) end end end
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