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version 2.0 on Apr 12th, 2013

repoze.profile README

This package provides a WSGI middleware component which aggregates profiling data across all requests to a WSGI application. It provides a minimal web GUI for viewing profiling data.

Installation

Install using setuptools, e.g. (within a virtualenv):

$ easy_install repoze.profile
Usage

For details on using the various components, please see the documentation in docs/index.rst. A rendered version of that documentation is also available online:

Reporting Bugs

Please report bugs in this package to

https://github.com/repoze/repoze.profile/issues
Obtaining Source Code

Download development or tagged versions of the software by visiting:

https://github.com/repoze/repoze.profile

repoze.profile Changelog

2.0 (2013-04-08)
  • No changes since 2.0b1.
2.0b1 (2013-01-30)
  • Add support for building docs / exercising doctest snippets under tox.
  • Add setup.py docs alias (installs Sphinx).
  • Note support for PyPy.
  • Add support for Python 3.3.
  • Drop support for Python 2.4 / 2.5.
1.4 (2012-03-29)
  • This release is the last which will maintain support for Python 2.4 / Python 2.5.
  • Added an unwind configuration option. If unwind is True, the iterable returned by the downstream application will be consumed and turned into a list during profiling. This allows you to profile applications which return generators or other iterables that do "real work".
  • Applications which return generators that do "real work" will now need to supply the unwind flag to configuration to see that work in profile output.
1.3 (2011-09-30)
  • Added an option to filter profile output by filename. Thanks to Shish for the patch.
  • Put a lock around "index" method in order to prevent exceptions when trying to view profile data as it's being generated. Closes http://bugs.repoze.org/issue168.
  • Removed these dependencies: meld3, paste.
  • A new paste.filter_app_factory entry point has been added named main which points to the profiler. This allows for the simplified spelling egg:repoze.profile in paste.ini files when referring to the profile middleware (instead of the older, more verbose egg:repoze.profile#profiler. The older alias continues to work as well.
  • The new canonical import location for the profiling middleware is repoze.profile.ProfileMiddleware. Older imports continue to work.
  • Remove ez_setup.py.
  • Python 3.2 compatibility.
1.2 (2010-11-25)
1.1 (2009-10-06)
  • 100% test coverage.
  • Get rid of spurious measurements of testing scaffolding in profile output (show no calls that are inside r.profile itself).
1.0 (2009-06-04)
  • Relax the pinned requirement on elementtree < 1.2.7.
0.9 (2009-05-10)
  • Made the pyprof2calltree dependency conditional on the Python version. This package depends on Python >= 2.5.
0.8 (2009-02-25)
  • Added optional support for directly writing out the profiling data in the KCacheGrind format.
  • Avoid a dependency on elementtree when used with Python 2.5 and later. In those Python versions we used the built-in xml.etree support.
0.7 (2009-02-08)
  • discard_first_request = true did not work!
  • Added tests for discard_first_request and flush_at_shutdown.
  • Converted CHANGES.txt to ReST.
  • Bump ez_setup.py version.
0.6 (2008-08-21)
  • discard_first_request = false did not work.

  • Clearing the profile data from the user interface did not properly

    discard profiler state.

0.5 (2008-06-11)
  • Initial PyPI release.
0.4 (2008-05-07)
  • Remove dependency-link to http://dist.repoze.org to prevent easy_install from adding that to its search path.
  • Incorporated a patch from Alec Flett <alecf@metaweb.com> to uses cProfile, if available, rather than pure Python profile.
  • Bump ez_setup.py version.
0.3 (2008-02-20)
  • Added compatibility with Python 2.5.
  • Made setup.py depend explicitly on ElementTree 1.2.6: meld needs it but meld isn't a setuptools package.
0.2 (2008-02-20)
  • Added a browser UI.
  • Added a knob to control discard at shutdown.
0.1 (2008-02-08)
  • Initial release.

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