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Add benchSite.sh

And change site benchmark separator to comma to make it Bash and regexp friendly, example:

./benchSite.sh "frontmatter=YAML,num_root_sections=1,num_pages=.*,tags_per_page=20,shortcodes=false,render=false"
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bep committed May 31, 2017
1 parent 978951c commit d74452cfe8f69a85ec83e05481e16bebf199a5cb
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  1. +9 −0 benchSite.sh
  2. +2 −1 hugolib/site_benchmark_test.go
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@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
#!/bin/bash
# Send in a regexp mathing the benchmarks you want to run, i.e. './benchSite.sh "frontmatter=YAML"'.
# Note the quotes, which will be needed for more complex expressions.
# The above will run all variations, but only for front matter YAML.
echo "Running with BenchmarkSiteBuilding/${1}"
go test -run="NONE" -bench="BenchmarkSiteBuilding/${1}" -test.benchmem=true ./hugolib
@@ -33,7 +33,8 @@ type siteBuildingBenchmarkConfig struct {
}
func (s siteBuildingBenchmarkConfig) String() string {
return fmt.Sprintf("frontmatter=%s|num_root_sections=%d|num_pages=%d|tags_per_page=%d|shortcodes=%t|render=%t", s.Frontmatter, s.RootSections, s.NumPages, s.TagsPerPage, s.Shortcodes, s.Render)
// Make it comma separated with no spaces, so it is both Bash and regexp friendly.
return fmt.Sprintf("frontmatter=%s,num_root_sections=%d,num_pages=%d,tags_per_page=%d,shortcodes=%t,render=%t", s.Frontmatter, s.RootSections, s.NumPages, s.TagsPerPage, s.Shortcodes, s.Render)
}
func BenchmarkSiteBuilding(b *testing.B) {

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