[CM] profile: prepend namespace to the function name
wdouglass at carnegierobotics.com
Tue Sep 28 05:47:19 PDT 2021
What about allowing for a lambda in the environment to generate the
mangled name? so i could do something like this
(set! (*s7* profname-mangle) (lambda (fn name) ((funclet fn)
'namespace) ":" name)
and then profname-mangle gets called for each profiled function
On Tue, 2021-09-28 at 01:32 +0200, Christos Vagias wrote:
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> I think it'd be also useful to take a moment to think about possible
> future module system implementation, where for example tons of
> might have an init function, and how profile output should look like.
> Not anything concrete, but about the possible naming styles and how
> it'd relate to this scenario.
> So, for example, a more s7-ish way would be to look for the
> +namespace+ or +module+ symbol's value in the funclet.
> Also, in my style I follow namespace/fun but others might prefer
> namespace:fun style. Should that be also configurable via (*s7*
> profile-prefix-separator) or not?
> About omitting "rootlet/" that could be a check in profile.scm.
> PS in the attached scm file above, I should have a top level (define
> *ns-name* 'rootlet). This is implicitly added in my setup.
> On Tue, 28 Sept 2021 at 00:57, <bil at ccrma.stanford.edu> wrote:
> > An interesting problem! I lean toward (*s7* 'profile-prefix). And
> > I'd omit "rootlet/" so that "normal" cases are easier to read.
> > The second solution sounds problematic to me -- there's currently
> > no space in the function cell for the profile position.
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