|Re: [ATL] Measuring the time it takes to execute and ATL transformation/query [message #487360 is a reply to message #485228]
||Tue, 22 September 2009 21:11
Registered: July 2009
I've been working on this and my hope relies on AM3 Ant Tasks
(http://wiki.eclipse.org/AM3_Ant_Tasks) because it may work... at least
for conventional ant scripts (to compile Java programs) a hint with the
total time is reported at the end.
However, AM3 seems not being installed in Eclipse 3.4.2 and the
procedure that I'm trying to use to install it
(http://wiki.eclipse.org/AM3/How_Install_New_AM3_From_SVN) is not
working. There are compilation errors in the plugins code due to failed
dependencies (maybe it is due to Eclipse 3.4.2 comes with ATL 2.0.2,
while the installation procedure mentions ATL 2.1). I've also tried with
the procedure in http://wiki.eclipse.org/AM3/How_Install_AM3_From_SVN
with similar results.
So, could somebody provide me with a procedure to install AM3 along with
ATL in Eclipse, please? I tend to prefer Eclipse 3.4 but the versions
are not actually important, as far as I can run AM3 Ant Tasks at the
end. In the case of referring to SVN code, the branch or revision number
would be highly appreciated (because SVN code in the trunk evolves
quicker than documentation :)
In general, based in this and previous experiences it use to be hard to
find the right combination of versions for all those plugins (at least
for newbies as me... ;)
Thank you very much in advance!
El 10/09/2009 22:24, Fermín Galán Márquez escribió:
> I'm doing some experiments with ATL and I'm interested in measuring the
> performance of the tool. One very basic metric which I'm trying to
> measure is the time it takes to execute and ATL transformation/query (I
> mean, the elapsed time since I click the "Run" button in the Eclipse IDE
> to the moment in which the ATL engine finished work).
> Is there any mean to get this information, please? I wonder if in the
> same way that ATL reports some information to the Eclipse console (such
> as error messages or traces such as "INFO: Dumping ASM to [...]") it can
> be configured also to shown the execution time.
> Any information on direct or indirect methods to achieve this goal is
> really welcome :)
> Best regards,
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