That is the only place its used and
is useful. (And, not sure its all that useful there, any more :)
Long ago, it was a place holder to use
in "production builds" that did nothing, but during special "test
builds" there would be a implementation included that would take certain
performance measurements (at a cost of an overall slowdown, that was not
desired for production builds).
The source for it (if that's what you
are asking about) might be in the old, archived, VE project. But, not too
much too it, as I recall, other than some no-op classes which, as you imply,
you can probably just guess at). Not sure where they put archived
code, but the bug that refers to it is bug 346887 .
Gerard Ryan <galileo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
03/16/2013 12:32 PM
for WTP in Fedora (and a patch!)
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I'm involved with building some parts of webtools in Fedora. I'm
currently in the process of preparing updates to 3.4.2, and I've run
into a bug (for Fedora, not webtools):
For Fedora packages, there can't be any bundled jar files involved in
the build process, we must build everything from scratch. I've just
noticed that we have overlooked perfmsr.jar that's included in
My question is, is there a feature somewhere that builds this jar, or is
this the only place that it's useful/exists? If it's part of some
feature from another project, I'll create a new package for that, and
make it available for the build of this package. If not, then I'll
figure out a way to build it in this package and link it to where it's
expected to be.
Also, I submitted a patch to an existing bug a couple of months ago. I'm
not sure if I need to submit it somewhere else to get it accepted. Since
I'm not a committer, I don't have access to Gerrit to propose it there.
The bug is at: