[rspec-users] Better visualizations of spec running time besides --profile?

Andrew Premdas apremdas at gmail.com
Thu Sep 1 02:18:28 EDT 2011


On 31 August 2011 23:06, John Feminella <johnf at bitsbuilder.com> wrote:
> We have about 2,000 specs in a Rails app that take roughly 80 seconds
> to run, and I'm trying to improve the performance of things a bit.
>
> While the profile mode has proven useful so far, it only shows the top
> ten slowest specs. Unfortunately, we have lot of specs, and we've
> picked off all the low-hanging fruit -- the ones remaining are all <
> ~0.1 sec or less. I'd like to streamline things further by seeing if
> there's a way to get information about slow spec *files* (not just
> individual specs), because I suspect that slower specs will be next to
> other slow specs.
>
> Any ideas about how I can get this information, or do I need to roll
> my own benchmarker?
>
> ~ jf

This might be useful

http://opinionated-programmer.com/2011/02/profiling-spork-for-faster-start-up-time/


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