Re: [junit] Recording performance of classes, is it possible in JUnit ?
- Thanks Mike, I will try to download and try it.
Sunento Wu wrote:
> I just downloaded JUnit yesterday. And briefly read
> through the API Documentation.
> Currently I am doing investigation for the
> of our Java Classes.a
> What I am about thinking to do will be : just insert
> Timer class to record the time before executing theThe TimedTest test decorator distributed with
> statements and after executed, and then , print the
> result ( after execution time - before execution
> I wonder whether in JUnit has the feature to record
> the performance of my classes ?
> Does some body have idea about this ?
JUnitPerf will measure the
elapsed time of any existing test case method and fail
if the specified
maximum elapsed time is exceeded. The timing results
are also printed
to the console.
JUnitPerf is freely available at:
Clarkware Consulting, Inc.
Custom Software Architecture, Design,
Development, and Performance Consulting
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