[lively-kernel] Perf Profiling

Robert Krahn robert.krahn at student.hpi.uni-potsdam.de
Mon May 3 12:22:02 CEST 2010

You can also use Dan's internal Lively profiler:

lively.lang.Execution.trace(function() {
	new lively.ide.SystemBrowser().open();

The profiler can also be enabled in the World menu under Tools... -> Enable profiling.
The tools submenu will then have several profiling options (also a profiling help).


On May 3, 2010, at 11:34 AM, Jens Lincke wrote:

> Hi, Casey
> Safari has a nice profiler that can be enabled and disabled at runtime.
> It can also be manually triggered with console.profile() and 
> console.profileEnd().
> Best,
> Jens
> Am 03.05.10 10:30, schrieb Casey Ransberger:
>> Are there any tools available for performance profiling? It takes a
>> few seconds to move a window on the device I'm interested in
>> experimenting with, and I'm wondering where those seconds are going.
>> Also, are there any configuration options that might affect/improve
>> performance when running on top of Mobile Safari?
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