unitbench 0.1 released!
After writing cppbench, a C++ benchmark framework, I felt inspired to take the next step. I wanted a benchmark library that was similar to unittest in python. I started working on unitbench. I ended up with a library that allows you to start a benchmark with ‘bench’ and it will be run and timed. It has functions that can be overloaded to denote the number of warmup runs to perform and the input to the benchmarks. See the documentation below for full examples and all functions.
- BSD License
- Supports python 2.6 – 3.2
- Output formatters
- Cross platform
- Fully tested
I’d love to hear any feedback. All comments are appreciated. If you notice any bugs or weird behavior post a bug report to bitbucket or leave a comment here. I’ll try to address it as soon as possible. The same goes for feature requests.
In: Announcement, Python · Tagged with: benchmarks, unitbench