line_profiler / line_profiler.py

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Default avatar Robert Kern
BUG: Clear the linecache before getting lines.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
BUG: Add compatibility for IPython 0.11.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
ENH: Support PEP-342 generators in Python 2.5+, too.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
BUG: correctly profile generators.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
ENH: Add version info to the command line arguments.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
ENH: small style fix.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
ENH: Use a pickled LineStats object instead of marshalled objects. When the code cannot be found, print the timings anyways.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
ENH: Better per-hit time output for easier comparison.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
DOC: Fix wording in magic_lprun docstring.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
DOC: Better docstring for magic_lprun.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
ENH: Display per-hit time for each line.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
ENH: mostly-working %lprun command for IPython.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
BUG: the label() function actually goes in the Cython file.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
ENH: Fold the profile-viewing capabilities into the line_profiler module (which is now executable). Add the ability for kernprof to display the profile results. Allow kernprof to work even without cProfile.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
ENH: Add the typical run/runctx/runcall methods.
Robert Kern avatarRobert Kern
Initial commit.
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