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  3. Type pypm install codespeed-client
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License
MIT
Lastest release
version 0.3.3 on Jan 19th, 2012

Library and command-line tool to push benchmark data to CodeSpeed.

Tested with Python 2.6, 2.7 and 3.2. Versions < 2.6 will not work, 3.x may work but not tested.

Usage as library:

from codespeed_client import Client

# kwargs list: environment, project, benchmark, branch, commitid, revision_date, executable,
#              result_date, result_value, max, min, std_dev

# kwargs passed to constructor are defaults
client = Client('http://codespeed.example.net', environment='Test Environment', project='Project')

# kwargs passed to add_result overwrite defaults
client.add_result(commitid=1278, benchmark='primes', result_value=42.0)
client.add_result(commitid=1278, benchmark='ai',     result_value=7)

# upload all results in one request
client.upload_results()

As command-line tool:

codespeed-client --help
codespeed-client --environment='Test Environment' --project=Project --commitid=1278 \
                 --benchmark=primes --result-value=42.0
codespeed-client --environment='Test Environment' --project=Project --commitid=1278 \
                 --benchmark=ai --result-value=7

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Last updated Jan 19th, 2012

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