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IPC::Run3::ProfLogReader(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			       IPC::Run3::ProfLogReader(3)

NAME
IPC::Run3::ProfLogReader - read and process a ProfLogger file SYNOPSIS
use IPC::Run3::ProfLogReader; my $reader = IPC::Run3::ProfLogReader->new; ## use "run3.out" my $reader = IPC::Run3::ProfLogReader->new( Source => $fn ); my $profiler = IPC::Run3::ProfPP; ## For example my $reader = IPC::Run3::ProfLogReader->new( ..., Handler => $p ); $reader->read; $eaderr->read_all; DESCRIPTION
Reads a log file. Use the filename "-" to read from STDIN. METHODS
"IPC::Run3::ProfLogReader->new( ... )" "$reader->set_handler( $handler )" "$reader->get_handler()" "$reader->read()" "$reader->read_all()" This method reads until there is nothing left to read, and then returns true. LIMITATIONS
COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2003, R. Barrie Slaymaker, Jr., All Rights Reserved LICENSE
You may use this module under the terms of the BSD, Artistic, or GPL licenses, any version. AUTHOR
Barrie Slaymaker <barries@slaysys.com> perl v5.16.2 2011-12-23 IPC::Run3::ProfLogReader(3)

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IPC::Run3::ProfReporter(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				IPC::Run3::ProfReporter(3)

NAME
IPC::Run3::ProfReporter - base class for handling profiling data SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
See IPC::Run3::ProfPP and for an example subclass. This class just notes and accumulates times; subclasses use methods like "handle_app_call", "handle_run_exit" and "handle_app_exit" to emit reports on it. The default methods for these handlers are noops. If run from the command line, a reporter will be created and run on each logfile given as a command line parameter or on run3.out if none are given. This allows reports to be run like: perl -MIPC::Run3::ProfPP -e1 perl -MIPC::Run3::ProfPP -e1 foo.out bar.out Use "-" to read from STDIN (the log file format is meant to be moderately greppable): grep "^cvs " run3.out perl -MIPC::Run3::ProfPP -e1 - Use --app to show only application level statistics (ie don't emit a report section for each command run). METHODS
"IPC::Run3::ProfReporter->new" Returns a new profile reporting object. "$reporter->handle_app_call( ... )" "$reporter->handle_app_exit( ... )" "$reporter->handle_run_exit( ... )" These methods are called by the handled events (see below). "$reporter->app_call(@cmd, $time)" "$reporter->app_exit($time)" "$reporter->run_exit(@times)" $self->app_call( $time ); my $time = $self->get_app_call_time; Sets the time (in floating point seconds) when the application, run3(), or system() was called or exited. If no time parameter is passed, uses IPC::Run3's time routine. Use get_...() to retrieve these values (and _accum values, too). This is a separate method to speed the execution time of the setters just a bit. "$reporter->get_run_count()" "$reporter->get_app_call_time()" "$reporter->get_app_exit_time()" "$reporter->get_app_cmd()" "$reporter->get_app_time()" "$reporter->get_app_cumulative_time()" "$reporter->get_run_call_time()" "$reporter->get_run_exit_time()" "$reporter->get_run_time()" "$reporter->get_run_cumulative_time()" "$reporter->get_sys_call_time()" "$reporter->get_sys_exit_time()" "$reporter->get_sys_time()" "$reporter->get_sys_cumulative_time()" "$reporter->get_run_cmd()" LIMITATIONS
COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2003, R. Barrie Slaymaker, Jr., All Rights Reserved LICENSE
You may use this module under the terms of the BSD, Artistic, or GPL licenses, any version. AUTHOR
Barrie Slaymaker <barries@slaysys.com> perl v5.16.3 2011-12-23 IPC::Run3::ProfReporter(3)
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