pyprof is a wrapper around python's profile module for easily profiling python scripts without having to specify the whole path to them if they are in $PATH. It has command line arg and rc file configurable behaviors. If pyprof_auto is used, any python code can be profiled merely by setting the $PYPROF environment variable.
|Tags||Software Development Testing|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent POSIX|
Release Notes: Code updates: pyprof.force_profile uses atexit.register if available; doc strings have been added for all functions; dumped profile output(s) may be specified instead of a script to run; -o with an empty argument will reset to default output settings; long versions of all options have been added; --version shows python version (in addition to script version); and config file support has been added.
Release Notes: A pyprof_auto.py module for global automatic profiling by setting an environment variable, use of python-distutils instead of make, moving code into pyprof.py module and import from pyprof script, and a new pyprof-python2 Debian package.
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