An indispensable performance timer for Python
PerfTimer is an instrumenting timer which provides an easy way to get insight into call count and average execution time of a function or piece of code during a real session of your program.
Use cases include:
- check the effects of algorithm tweaks, new implementations, etc.
- confirm the performance of a library you are considering under actual use by your app (as opposed to upstream's artificial benchmarks)
- measure CPU overhead of networking or other asynchronous I/O (currently supported: OS threads, Trio async/await)
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