bench 1.1.1 Unreleased

  • mark() columns memory, result and mem_alloc columns are now always included, even if they are unused.

bench 1.1.0 2020-01-10

New features

  • New bench_process_memory() function, to return the current and maximum memory used by the current process. This uses system functions to track memory, so can measure memory outside of R’s GC heap.

  • New workout_expressions() function, a low-level function to workout a list of expressions, like those obtained via parse() from a file.

  • mark() gains a memory argument to control if it records memory allocations, set memory = FALSE to disable recording memory allocations, which can be helpful when trying to benchmark long pieces of code with many allocations (#62).

Minor improvements and fixes

  • mark() now permits empty arguments, e.g. accidental trailing commas (#61).

  • mark() now errors correctly when the expressions deparsed length is different.

  • bench_expr objects now work better with the upcoming versions of tibble and vctrs (@romainfrancois, #64)

  • autoplot.bench_mark() provides a more informative error if the ggbeeswarm package is not installed (@coatless, #69).

  • Update documentation of bench_mark columns (@jdblischak, #67).

bench 1.0.4 2019-09-06

bench 1.0.3 2019-08-28

  • summary.bench_mark() gains a time_unit argument, so you can report all times in a consistent scale if desired (#18, #26).

  • bench_mark() now checks for user interrupts, to allow you to stop benchmarking if it takes longer than you were expecting (#49).

  • New bench_memory() to capture just the memory allocated by an expression.

  • bench_time() is now an alias for system_time().

  • unnest.bench_mark() is now compatible with the upcoming tidyr 1.0.0 (#48, #51)

  • New hires_time() allows you to explicitly capture high resolution time points.

bench 1.0.2 2019-04-29

  • workout() a new function which makes timing multiple expressions in turn simpler.

  • mark() now internally uses a tempfile rather than a textConnection, as the latter has a 100,000 character limit on some platforms (#27)

  • mark() no longer returns the mean or max values and the column order has been tweaked to try and put the most interesting columns first (#37)

  • Errors during evaluation now halt execution (#28, #43)

  • scale_bench_time() and scale_bench_bytes() now allow you to use a non-logarithmic scale.

bench 1.0.1 2018-06-06

  • Add support for macOS versions prior to 10.12
  • Disable load sensitive tests on CRAN, to avoid failures

bench 1.0.0 2018-05-27

  • Added a file to track changes to the package.