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(ql:quickload :cl-performance-tuning-helper)

A simple performance tuning helper tool box for Common Lisp


Function CLOAD:

load a file after compile.

e.g. (pth:cload "src") for compile and load “src.lisp”.

Function ASMOUT:

save DISASSEMBLE result for given function into a file. You can specify saving filename optionally.

When a function is given as an symbol s.t. 'SOME-FUNCTION, the default filename is a lowercase version of the symbol name with “.asm” suffix.


saves DISASSEMBLE result for #'SOME-PACKAGE:SOME-FUNCTION into “some-function.asm”.

When a function is given as a lambda expression or a function itself (i.e. #'SOME-FUNCTION or (SYMBOL-FUNCTION 'SOME-FUNCTION)), you must specify filename explicitly.

e.g. (pth:asmout (lambda (x y) (+ x y)) "binary-add.asm")

saves DISASSEMBLE result of a given lambda expression into “binary-add.asm”. In this case, suffix (“.asm”) is not appended automatically.


simple performance checker.

e.g. 1 (pth:performance 100 debugger-p (some-function args...))

tries to eval SOME-FUNCTION 100 times with specified args.

After all, displays execution information by TIME macro.

PTH:PERFORMANCE returns t if all eval has been done successfully.

When a condition has been signaled;

e.g. 2

target function also able to access current-num-repeats.

    (let ((max 5))
      (pth:performance (count max) nil
        (format t "~&~d of ~d~%" count max) ))
    ;;; performance test for FORMAT 5 times
    ;;;   do (FORMAT T "~&~d of ~d~%" COUNT MAX)
    0 of 5
    1 of 5
    2 of 5
    3 of 5
    4 of 5
    (and implementation dependant TIME macro result)
    ; => T


under MIT license.