RHP::Timer - A high resolution timer abstraction River stage zero No dependents

RHP::Timer is a wrapper around Time::HiRes. I wrote it because I needed some simple abstractions for timing programs to determine bottlenecks in running programs. The goals of RHP::Timer is to be easy to use, accurate, and simple....

PHRED/RHP-Timer-0.1 - 12 Nov 2007 17:52:18 GMT

Timer::CPU - Precise user-space timer using the CPU clock River stage zero No dependents

For most timer operations, Time::HiRes is great. Since it provides microsecond resolution in real "wall-clock" time it is very useful for determining how long an operation actually takes in seconds. However, on most CPUs it is possible to take much h...

FRACTAL/Timer-CPU-0.100 - 15 Feb 2014 06:19:07 GMT

Timer::Simple - Small, simple timer (stopwatch) object River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This is a simple object to make timing an operation as easy as possible. It uses Time::HiRes if available (unless you tell it not to). It stringifies to the elapsed time (see "string"). This module aims to be small and efficient and do what is useful...

RWSTAUNER/Timer-Simple-1.006 - 29 Apr 2015 13:48:45 GMT

Devel::Timer - Track and report execution time for parts of code River stage zero No dependents

Devel::Timer allows developers to accurately time how long a specific piece of code takes to execute. This can be helpful in locating the slowest parts of an existing application. First, the Devel::Timer module is used and instantiated. use Devel::Ti...

MANWAR/Devel-Timer-0.12 - 10 Feb 2017 11:14:47 GMT

Dancer::Timer - a timer for Dancer River stage three • 221 direct dependents • 318 total dependents

Dancer::Timer provides Dancer with a timing object to clock operations. For example, you might want a logging that shows you when each operation happened (at what time) to determine how long each operation was in order to know where to focus on for p...

BIGPRESH/Dancer-1.3512 - 31 Mar 2019 19:16:29 GMT

Simple::Timer - Yet another simple timer River stage zero No dependents

This module offers yet another way (actually two ways) to time your code. The goal of this module is very simple interface, so no cumbersombe OO with the need to instantiate a class. You just use a single variable or a single function. There are two ...

PERLANCAR/Simple-Timer-0.01 - 29 Apr 2015 11:42:04 GMT

Benchmark::Timer - Benchmarking with statistical confidence River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 5 total dependents

The Benchmark::Timer class allows you to time portions of code conveniently, as well as benchmark code by allowing timings of repeated trials. It is perfect for when you need more precise information about the running time of portions of your code th...

DCOPPIT/Benchmark-Timer-0.7112 - 12 Jul 2018 02:59:13 GMT

IPC::Run::Timer - Timer channels for IPC::Run. River stage four • 149 direct dependents • 1581 total dependents

This class and module allows timers and timeouts to be created for use by IPC::Run. A timer simply expires when it's time is up. A timeout is a timer that throws an exception when it expires. Timeouts are usually a bit simpler to use than timers: the...

TODDR/IPC-Run-20180523.0 - 23 May 2018 17:24:25 GMT

Linux::FD::Timer - Timer filehandles for Linux River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This module creates and operates on a timer that delivers timer expiration notifications via a file descriptor. It provides an alternative to the use of Time::HiRes' setitimer or POSIX::RT::Timer, with the advantage that the file descriptor may easil...

LEONT/Linux-FD-0.011 - 11 May 2014 11:18:01 GMT

Benchmark::Timer::Class - Perl module for timing the execution of methods in a specified object River stage zero No dependents

The Benchmark::Timer::Class enables you to determine elapsed times for calls to methods of a specified object during normal running of your program with minimal amount of editing. Methods POD ERRORS Hey! The above document had some coding errors, whi...

DNEIL/Benchmark-Timer-Class-0.02 - 15 Apr 2001 16:49:47 GMT

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