How to activate --profile.api when using ScriptingContainer?

Hi all!

How can I set profiling mode to API when using ScriptingContainer?


Uwe K.
Systems Developer
Datek Wireless AS
[email protected]

On 2011-11-17, at 15:14, Uwe K. wrote:

How can I set profiling mode to API when using ScriptingContainer?

No takers on this? Is there no way to profile Ruby code when using the
ScriptingContainer?


Uwe K.
Systems Developer
Datek Wireless AS
[email protected]

On Sun, Nov 20, 2011 at 8:31 AM, Uwe K. [email protected] wrote:

On 2011-11-17, at 15:14, Uwe K. wrote:

How can I set profiling mode to API when using ScriptingContainer?

ScriptingContainer had getProfilingMode and setProfilingMode methods.
ScriptingContainer users can set the mode programmatically.

Example:

import org.jruby.RubyInstanceConfig.ProfilingMode;
import org.jruby.embed.ScriptingContainer;
...
ScriptingContainer container = new ScriptingContainer()
container.setProfile(ProfilingMode.GRAPH);

You can set parameters below:

ProfilingMode.OFF default
ProfilingMode.API same as --profile.api command line option
ProfilingMode.FLAT same as --profile.flat command line option
ProfilingMode.GRAPH same as --profile.graph command line option

Just in case, you want to set profiling mode on 1.6.5, you can set that
by:

container.getProvider().getRubyInstanceConfig().setProfilingMode(mode);

The methods will be available from 1.6.6 (if this version is released)
and 1.7 .

-Yoko

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