Timeline module for modelling a series of actions.
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The timeline package provides a way to model a series of actions. For instance, during a web request the appserver might call out to a number of backend services, make sql queries and memcached lookups. All of these actions can be tracked in a single timeline, and that serialised or analysed for slow points.
- Python 2.6+
Create a timeline object:
>>> from timeline.timeline import TimeLine >>> log = TimeLine()
Then add actions:
>>> action = log.start('mycategory', 'mydetails')
Perform your action and then tell the action it has finished:
At this point you can start another action. If you wish to nest actions, pass allow_nested=True to start().
One of the things needed when working with timelines in complex applications is locating the right one. Timeline provides a helper for WSGI apps:
>>> from timeline import wsgi >>> app = wsgi.make_app(inner_app)
Calls to app will now inject a ‘timeline.timeline’ variable into the wsgi environwhich can be used by inner_app to record actions.
Either run setup.py in an environment with all the dependencies available, or add the working directory to your PYTHONPATH.
Upstream development takes place at https://launchpad.net/python-timeline. To setup a working area for development, if the dependencies are not immediately available, you can use ./bootstrap.py to create bin/buildout, then bin/py to get a python interpreter with the dependencies available.
To run the tests use the runner of your choice, the test suite is timeline.tests.test_suite.
$ bin/py -m testtools.run timeline.tests.test_suite
If you have testrepository you can run the tests with testr:
$ testr run
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