gulp-benchmark

2018-09-14 admin

gulp-benchmark是什么

什么是gulp-benchmark,Benchmark test runner for gulp with full control on input and output

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gulp-benchmark

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Run performance Benchmark tests.

Inspired by gulp-bench (which is port from grunt-benchmark) and gulp-bench-summary.

Install

$ npm install --save-dev gulp-benchmark

Why yet another Benchmark runner was created

The main reason was to add ability to load your type of benchmark sources and (what was more important) to control how to report about results.

Combination of gulp-bench and gulp-bench-summary was almost what I needed but it does not allow you to disable not required output from gulp-bench

After some thinking, it was decided to build yet another benchmark runner which has the following abilities:

  1. Separated load, run and report stages to enable an ability to create manual loader / reporter without need to change whole flow;
  2. Loader provides support of grunt-benchmark format as well as original Benchmark;
  3. Runner provides an ability to disable or modify progress output;
  4. Reporter provides an ability to report in several formats at once;
  5. Formats similar to original reports (inherited from gulp-bench) should be supported as well as summary format similar to gulp-bench-summary;

WARNING: although loader and reporter provides support of formats similar to provided by gulp-bench and gulp-bench-summary, there are several differences; just be aware that it was not a copy/paste from those repos to mine; feel free to report about inconveniences if any via opening an issue

Usage

The usage syntax below is the same as for grunt-benchmark with addition of original Benchmark format.

Let’s assume that your benchmark test in test.js is an example from Benchmark-Suite

In your gulpfile:

var gulp = require('gulp');
var benchmark = require('gulp-benchmark');

gulp.task('default', function () {
	return gulp.src('test.js', {read: false})
             .pipe(benchmark({
               reporters: benchmark.reporters.etalon('RegExp#test')
             }));
});

Run it:

$ gulp
[16:36:19] Using gulpfile ~/gulpfile.js
[16:36:19] Starting 'etalon'...
[16:36:19]   Running 'Search' from ~/test.js ...
[16:36:20]     RegExp#test x 15,995,786 ops/sec ±1.77% (6 runs sampled)
[16:36:20]     String#indexOf x 25,416,216 ops/sec ±2.99% (6 runs sampled)
[16:36:20]     String#match x 11,498,238 ops/sec ±0.87% (7 runs sampled)
[16:36:20]   'Search' from ~/test.js (passed: 3 ,failed: 0)
[16:36:20]     Passed:
[16:36:20]       'String#indexOf' at 1.59x faster
[16:36:20]       'RegExp#test' is etalon
[16:36:20]       'String#match' at 1.39x slower
[16:36:20] Finished 'etalon' after 1.4 s

If you also need to report into file, you may modify gulpfile into:

var gulp = require('gulp');
var benchmark = require('gulp-benchmark');

gulp.task('default', function () {
	return gulp.src('test.js', {read: false})
             .pipe(benchmark({
               reporters: [
                 benchmark.reporters.etalon('RegExp#test')
                 benchmark.reporters.json()
               ]
             }))
             .pipe(gulp.dest('.'));
});

It will give you the similar output as above and also will create benchmark-results.json in the current directory.

You can modify the results filename by supplying json reporter path option.

Benchmark format

Note that to use original Benchmark format you have to install Benchmark:

$ npm install --save-dev benchmark

For grunt-benchmark formats you don’t need this step though.

Benchmark suite

var Benchmark = require('benchmark');
var suite = new Benchmark.Suite('Search');

suite.add('RegExp#test', function() {
    /o/.test('Hello World!');
  })
  .add('String#indexOf', function() {
    'Hello World!'.indexOf('o') > -1;
  })
  .add('String#match', function() {
    !!'Hello World!'.match(/o/);
  });

module.exports = suite;

Benchmark single test

var Benchmark = require('benchmark');

var bench = new Benchmark({
  name: 'RegExp#test',
  fn: function() {
    /o/.test('Hello World!');
  }
});

module.exports = bench;

Grunt-Benchmark format

Standalone function

module.exports = function() {
  /o/.test('Hello World!');
};
Object with function and options
module.exports = {
  name: 'Timeout (asynchronous)',
  maxTime: 0.1,
  defer: true,
  onComplete: function() {
    console.log('Hooray!');
  },
  fn: function(deferred) {
    setTimeout(function() {
      deferred.resolve();
    }, 1);
  }
};
Test suites
Array of functions
module.exports = {
  name: 'Search',
  maxTime: 2,
  tests: [
    function() {
      /o/.test('Hello World!');
    },
    function() {
      'Hello World!'.indexOf('o') > -1;
    },
    function() {
      !!'Hello World!'.match(/o/);
    }
  ]
};
Array of objects
module.exports = {
  name: 'Timeout Showdown',
  maxTime: 2,
  tests: [
    {
      name: 'Return immediately (synchronous)',
      fn: function() {
          return;
      }
    }, {
      name: 'Timeout 50ms (asynchronous)',
      defer: true,
      fn: function(deferred) {
        setTimeout(function() {
          deferred.resolve();
        }, 50);
      }
    }, {
      name: 'Timeout 100ms (asynchronous)',
      defer: true,
      fn: function(deferred) {
        setTimeout(function() {
          deferred.resolve();
        }, 50);
      }
    }
  ]
};
Object with tests as fields
module.exports = {
  name: 'Timeout Showdown',
  maxTime: 2,
  tests: {
    'Return immediately (synchronous)': function() {
      return;
    },
    'Timeout: 50ms (asynchronous)': {
      defer: true,
      fn: function(deferred) {
        setTimeout(function() {
          deferred.resolve();
        }, 50);
      }
    },
    'Timeout: 100ms (asynchronous)': {
      defer: true,
      fn: function(deferred) {
        setTimeout(function() {
          deferred.resolve();
        }, 100);
      }
    }
  }
};

Options

loaders

Type: function or array of functions

Specifies custom loaders in addition to default one.

Loaders are called in order starting from the first custom loader. Loader gets file and optons as arguments and return either Benchmark.Suite in case of success or something else in case of invalid format.

If all custom loaders failed to create test suite from input the default one tries to do that.

logger

Type: object Default: loggers.default

Specifies how to track progress of suite run.

gulp-benchmark provides the following loggers:

  • default - prints Benchmark object converted to string
  • silent - prints nothing

failOnError

Type: boolean Default: true

If error happens in any test, error at the end of run is thrown into pipe.

reporters

Type: function or array of functions Default: reporters.etalon

Specifies the format(s) for the report. If several reporters are given, they work in given order.

gulp-benchmark provides the following reporters:

  • etalon - prints comparative analysis where given etalon (test name) is a unit of metric; default etalon is the first test in the suite;
  • fastest - print grunt-benchmark-like report to compare the fastest test with the second fastest one;
  • json - creates json file with benchmark run statistic; path is an option to specify report name, default is ./benchmark-results.json;
  • csv - creates csv file with benchmark run statistic path is an option to specify report name, default is ./benchmark-results.csv; (quite ugly at the moment; contributing for improvements are very welcome);

options

Type: object Default: {}

Test options which applied to every test by default. It may be useful if you use standalone function format but want to customize options still. The priority of options is lowest so do not expect that it overwrites options provided in test file.

Customization

Custom loader

You may implement custom loader. The only thing, expected by run is it should be Benchmark.Suite instance in the pipe.

For example, you wants the following format of input file:

module.exports = {
  title: 'Custom format',
  method: function () {
    /o/.test('Hello World!');
  }
};

Your custom loader may look like:

var Benchmark = require('benchmark');
var path = require('path');

var customLoader = function (file, context) {
  var description = require(path.resolve(process.cwd(), file.path));

  var suite;

  if (description && description.title && description.method) {
    suite = new Benchmark.Suite(description.title);
    suite.add(description.title, description.method, { maxTime: 0.1 });
  }

  return suite;
};

Note: context is not used in example but it could be useful for creation. It contains options given on benchmark call + default ones.

Custom logger

You may implement your own logger to e.g. redirect progress output into file.

The logger object may provide four methods: onStart, onCycle, onError and onComplete.

onStart is called just before test suite run

onCycle is called after each test run

onComplete and onError are called after run depending on run result

onStart, onError and onComplete are called with an instance of Benchmark.Suite and onCycle is called with the instance of Benchmark.Events.

Example (default logger):

var gutil = require('gulp-util');

var defaultLogger = {
  onStart: function (suite) {
    gutil.log('Running ' + suite.name + ' ...');
  },

  onCycle: function (event) {
    var target = event.target;
    var suffix = target.error? gutil.colors.red(' error'): '';
    gutil.log('  ' + target + suffix);
  },

  onError: function (suite) {
    gutil.log(gutil.colors.red('Errors') + ' in ' + suite.name + ':');

    suite.forEach(function (test) {
      if (test.error) {
        gutil.log('  ' + test.name + ': ' + test.error);
      }
    });
  }
};

Reference: gutil

Custom reporter

You may create your own reporter.

Reporter is a function with two arguments: data and storageRef.

data is a statistic of Benchmark.Suite run. At the moment it is an instance of Benchmark.Suite after run but in future it could be changed in a way to provide just data fields of Benchmark.Suite instance (jsonify it). It means that you should not expect that Benchmark api is working on the data, but also you may expect that call of Benchmark methods with data as this should work.

storageRef is container of storage - object with only field storage. By default storage is null.

If you create console reporter, you don’t need to care about storage and storageRef.

However, if you need to report into file, you have to do the following:

  1. Initialize storage by object with contents method returning string. Most cases you need to do initialization once, so check if storage is null or not;
  2. Create report data basing on data and append it to storage;

Example (json reporter):

var _ = require('lodash');

var jsonReporter = function (options) {
  options = options || {};

  return function (data, storageRef) {
    if (!storageRef.storage) {
      storageRef.storage = {
        records: [],
        path: options.path || './benchmark-results.json',
        contents: function () {
          return JSON.stringify(this.records, null, '  ');
        }
      };
    }

    var total = _(data).toArray().compact().value();

    var record = {
      name: data.name,
      results: _.map(total, function (test) {
        return {
          name : test.name,
          times: test.times,
          stats: test.stats,
          error : test.error,
          count : test.count,
          cycles: test.cycles,
          hz : test.hz
        };
      })
    };

    storageRef.storage.records.push(record);
  };
};

License

MIT - see LICENSE

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