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tptp profiling in batch-mode? [message #129761] Mon, 05 May 2008 15:55 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: simon.bjorklen.com

Hi,
My company want me to automate tptp-profiling runs using ant-scripts. I've
been trying for some time not without success.

First of all I've created .testsuite files for all tests to be run.
Then I've written an ant-script according to the eclipse-help.

The problem is that I can't get any data out from the runs. There are no
generated report, just an empty folder with the report name instead (e.g.
C:/tptp-tests/report.html/).

The question now is.. is the way with .testsuite files along with ant
scripts really the way to go?

The goal of the whole idea is to get the memory-profiling part to run
automatically on a daily build. Any idea of how to do this easily?

Thanks in advance!

Regards,
Simon
Re: tptp profiling in batch-mode? [message #129958 is a reply to message #129761] Mon, 12 May 2008 10:37 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: alexander.n.alexeev.intel.com

Hi, Simon

Could you point me exact references to the pages where you have found
guidelines for batch profiling configuration?

The only one approach which I can advice is gathering profiling data at
standalone mode. This allow you collecting all data directly to the files
and then examine it.

details:
http://help.eclipse.org/help33/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse. tptp.platform.doc.user/tasks/teprofsa.htm

Thanks,
Alex.


Simon Björklén wrote:

> Hi,
> My company want me to automate tptp-profiling runs using ant-scripts. I've
> been trying for some time not without success.

> First of all I've created .testsuite files for all tests to be run.
> Then I've written an ant-script according to the eclipse-help.

> The problem is that I can't get any data out from the runs. There are no
> generated report, just an empty folder with the report name instead (e.g.
> C:/tptp-tests/report.html/).

> The question now is.. is the way with .testsuite files along with ant
> scripts really the way to go?

> The goal of the whole idea is to get the memory-profiling part to run
> automatically on a daily build. Any idea of how to do this easily?

> Thanks in advance!

> Regards,
> Simon
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