Aggregate profiling for WSGI requests
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.
Install using setuptools, e.g. (within a virtualenv):
$ easy_install repoze.profile
or via pip:
$ pip install repoze.profile
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:
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Add support for Python 3.6 and 3.7.
Drop support for Python 3.3.
Add decorator for profiling individual functions.
Add support for Python 3.5.
Drop support for Python 2.6 and Python 3.2.
Add support for testing on Travis-CI.
Add support for Python 3.4.
No changes since 2.0b1.
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.
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.
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.
Python 3.2 compatibility.
Converted documentation to Sphinx.
Ensure we consume generators returned by the wrapped application. Fixes http://bugs.repoze.org/issue169
100% test coverage.
Get rid of spurious measurements of testing scaffolding in profile output (show no calls that are inside r.profile itself).
Relax the pinned requirement on elementtree < 1.2.7.
Made the pyprof2calltree dependency conditional on the Python version. This package depends on Python >= 2.5.
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.
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.
discard_first_request = false did not work.
- Clearing the profile data from the user interface did not properly
discard profiler state.
Initial PyPI release.
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.
Added a browser UI.
Added a knob to control discard at shutdown.
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