iOS app to test memory-level parallelism
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delete output files when command fails, fixes #3
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README.md

What is this?

An iOS app to measure memory-level parallelism on iOS

Inspired by the blog post:

The app. was initially designed by Benoît Maison.

Requirements

  • A recent mac with Xcode installed
  • A recent iOS device

Usage

  • Open MemoryLanes.xcodeproj in Xcode (macOS)
  • Click on the "MemoryLanes" project within Xcode, go to "Identity" and select a valid account under "Team".
  • Plug your device (e.g., iPhone) in your mac.
  • In Xcode, go to Window > Devices. This will open a new window. You should see your device in this new window. Don't lose this new window.
  • In Xcode, go to Product > Build For > Running
  • You should see in Xcode under Products "MemoryLanes.app", drag and drop it into the "Devices" window we opened previously.
  • You should now see the app on your device. By default, iOS won't let you run it, so go under Settings > General. You will find a setting there to allow you to run the app.
  • Run the app, be patient.