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0.10.7
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Fix a bug with REE's GC stats. Issue #53 [thanks graaff]
0.10.6
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Slightly more normalized url for linux/windows links to files.
0.10.5
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1.8.6 compat for -v command (bug fix)
0.10.4
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Faster load time for ruby-prof itself.
0.10.3
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Can cleanly load before rubygems now.
0.10.2
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Fix for 1.9.2, os x for latest commits (thanks skaes!)
0.10.1
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Fix bug in linux wall time, also load with only relative paths so that you can use it to benchmark rubygems startup overhead,
itself.
0.10.0
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Some rdoc changes, for linux wall time attempt to use higher granularity (thanks to all the contributors for this round!)
0.9.2
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Make graphviz work on 1.8.6
roll back some 1.9.2 optimizations until I can figure out what caused them.
0.9.1
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Add a graphviz output
0.9.0
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* measurements for recursive methods are now correct
* gave up on splitting up recursive methods according to call depth
* made it possible to eliminate methods from profiling results
* new printer for call stack visualization
* new printer to print several profiles in one run
* HTML profiles contain Textmate links so you can jump to the source code easily
* producing an event log is now a runtime option
0.7.10 (2009-01-22)
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* fix SEGFAULT in 1.9
* add new printer flat_printer_with_line_numbers
0.7.7 (2009-01-13)
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* "fix" multi threading support for 1.9 http://redmine.ruby-lang.org/issues/show/2012
* speedups
0.7.6 (2009-12-31)
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* fix some tests for 1.9 (no real code changes)
0.7.5 (2009-12)
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* fix a GC collection bug (nobu's patch).
* correctly report recursive call depths (Kevin Scaldeferri).
* sort methods on output (Kevin Scaldeferri).
0.7.3 (2008-12-09)
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* Fixed compile error with new x86_64 code using GCC.
0.7.2 (2008-12-08)
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* Fixed major bug in printing child methods in graph reports.
* Fixes for supporting x86_64 machines (Diego Pettenò)
0.7.1 (2008-11-28)
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* Added new AggregateCallInfo class for printers to
make results easier to read. Take this call sequence
for example:
A B C
| | |
Z A A
| |
Z Z
By default, ruby-prof will show that Z was called by 3 separate
instances of A. In an IDE that is helpful but in a text report
it is not since it makes the report much harder to read.
As a result, printers now aggregate together callers (and children),
matching ruby-prof's output from versions prior to 0.7.0.
* Fixes for supporting x86_64 machines (Matt Sanford)
0.7.0 (2008-11-04)
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Features
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* Added two new methods - RubyProf.resume and RubyProf.pause.
RubyProf.resume takes an optional block, which ensures that
RubyProf.pause is called. For example:
10.times do |i|
RubyProf.resume do
# Some long process
end
end
result = RubyProf.stop
* Added support for profiling tests that use Ruby's built-in
unit test framework (ie, test derived from
Test::Unit::TestCase). To enable profiling simply add
the following line of code to your test class:
include RubyProf::Test
By default, profiling results are written to the current
processes working directory. To change this, or other
profiling options, simply modify the PROFILE_OPTIONS hash
table as needed.
* Used the new support for profiling test cases to revamp
the way that Rails profiling works. For more information
please refer to RubyProf's documentation.
* Keep track of call stack for each method to enable more
powerful profile visualizations in Integrated Development
Environments (Hin Boean, work supported by CodeGear).
* Expose measurements to Ruby (Jeremy Kemper).
* Add support for additional memory measurements modes in Ruby 1.9 (Jeremy Kemper).
* Add support for Lloyd Hilaiel's Ruby patch for measuring total heap size.
See http://lloydforge.org/projects/ruby. (Jeremy Kemper).
Fixes
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* RubyProf.profile no longer crashes if an exception is
thrown during a profiling run.
* Measure memory in fractional kilobytes rather than rounding down (Jeremy Kemper)
0.6.0 (2008-02-03)
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ruby-prof 0.6.0 adds support for Ruby 1.9 and memory profiling.
Features
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* Added support for ruby 1.9 (Shugo Maeda)
* Added support for outputting printer results to a String, Array or IO
object (Michael Granger)
* Add new memory profiling mode. Note this mode depends on a
patched Ruby interpreter (Alexander Dymo)
Fixes
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* Improvements to GraphHtmlPrinter including updated documentation,
fixes for min_time support, ability to specify templates using
strings or filenames, and table layout fixes (Makoto Kuwata)
* Fixes to scaling factor for calltrees so that precision is not lost
due to the conversion to doubles (Sylvain Joyeux)
* Changed constant ALLOCATED_OBJECTS to ALLOCATIONS in the C code to
match the Ruby code (Sylvain Joyeux)
* Added support for calltree printer to ruby-prof binary script (Sylvain Joyeux)
* Fix support for the allocator measure mode to extconf.rb (Sylvain Joyeux)
* Honor measure mode when specified on the command line (Sylvain Joyeux)
* Sorting of methods by total time was incorrect (Dan Fitch, Charlie Savage)
* Fix ruby-prof to work with the latest version of GEMS (Alexander Dymo)
* Always define MEASURE_CPU_TIME and MEASURE_ALLOCATIONS in Ruby code, but
set their values to nil if the functionality is not available.
0.5.2 (2007-07-19)
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ruby-prof 0.5.2 is a bug fix release.
Fixes
-------
* Include missing rails plugin
0.5.1 (2007-07-18)
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ruby-prof 0.5.1 is a bug fix and performance release.
Performance
--------
* Significantly reduced the number of thread lookups by
caching the last executed thread.
Fixes
-------
* Properly escape method names in HTML reports
* Fix use of -m and --min-percent command line switches
* Default source file information to ruby_runtime#0 for c calls
* Moved rails_plugin to top level so it is more obvious
* Updated rails_plugin to write reports to the current
Rails log directory
* Added additional tests
0.5.0 (2007-07-09)
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Features
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* Added support for timing multi-threaded applications
* Added support for 64 bit systems (patch from Diego 'Flameeyes' Petten)
* Added suport for outputting data in the format used by
KCacheGrind (patch from Carl Shimer)
* Add filename and line numbers to call tree information (patch from Carl Shimer)
* Added Visual Studio 2005 project file.
* Added replace-progname switch, als rcov.
* Added better support for recursive methods
* Added better support for profiling Rails applications
Fixes
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* Fixes bug when the type of an attached object (singleton) is inherited
from T_OBJECT as opposed to being a T_OBJECT (identified by Francis Cianfrocca)
* ruby-prof now works in IRB.
* Fix sort order in reports.
* Fixed rdoc compile error.
* Fix tabs in erb template for graph html report on windows.
0.4.1 (2006-06-26)
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Features
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* Added a RubyProf.running? method to indicate whether a profile is in progress.
* Added tgz and zip archives to release
Fixes
-------
* Duplicate method names are now allowed
* The documentation has been updated to show the correct API usage is RubyProf.stop not RubyProf.end
0.4.0 (2006-06-16)
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Features
--------
* added support for call graphs
* added support for printers. Currently there is a FlatPrinter,
GraphPrinter and GraphHtmlPrinter.
* added support for recursive methods
* added Windows support
* now packaged as a RubyGem
Fixes
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* Fixes bug where RubyProf would crash depending on the
way it was invoked - for example, it did not run when
used with Arachno Ruby's customized version of Ruby.
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