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From Dale Anson <dan...@grafidog.com>
Subject Re: TImestamping in ANT
Date Sat, 04 Aug 2007 13:47:11 GMT
The Antelope downloads are here:

http://antelope.tigris.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList



However

dkhanna01 wrote:
> HI,
>
> I tried with net.sf.antcontrib.perf.AntPerformanceListener but every time I
> create a build it failed saying 
>
> java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space
> Java heap space
>
> This happens abruptly at any place during cmpile time. Now the same build is
> running fine with ANT 1.6.1 and without using listener.
>
> I have updated ANT 1.7.0 and used antcontrib listener and that is where its
> failing. Now I also tried creating the build with ANT 1.7.0 version without
> listner and it did worked. Also java version was same at all the places. SO
> I am assuming that there is some problem in using this listner
>
> I think Antelope could be a good option but the question is where I can
> download ANTELOPE ? I couldn't find it on the web site you mentioned.
>
> Please Help !
>
> THanks
>
>
>
>
> Dale Anson wrote:
>   
>> Another option for this is to use either the stopwatch task or the 
>> performance listener from either antcontrib 
>> (antcontribe.sourceforge.net) or antelope (antelope.tigris.org).  The 
>> performance listener is actually quite nice in that it gathers the 
>> statistics as the build runs, then outputs the stats altogether at the 
>> end of the build.  I put some example output below, see the docs at 
>> http://antelope.tigris.org/nonav/docs/manual/bk03ch27.html
>>
>> Dale
>>
>>
>>
>> Output in the target results shows the build file name followed by the 
>> target name, output in the task results shows the build filename 
>> followed by the target name followed by the task name.
>>
>> -------------- Target Results -----------------------
>> Antelope.all: 0.000 sec
>> Antelope.init: 0.011 sec
>> Antelope.-build_number: 0.014 sec
>> Antelope.clean: 0.233 sec
>> Antelope.-zip_tasks: 0.297 sec
>> Antelope.prep_files: 0.311 sec
>> Antelope.-zip_docs: 0.546 sec
>> Antelope.combined: 1.290 sec
>> Antelope.compile: 1.724 sec
>> Antelope.dist: 2.162 sec
>>
>> -------------- Task Results -----------------------
>> Antelope.init.mkdir: 0.000 sec
>> Antelope.init.mkdir: 0.001 sec
>> Antelope.dist.echo: 0.002 sec
>> Antelope.prep_files.delete: 0.004 sec
>> Antelope.combined.echo: 0.005 sec
>> Antelope.dist.delete: 0.006 sec
>> Antelope.-zip_tasks.echo: 0.007 sec
>> Antelope.dist.copy: 0.011 sec
>> Antelope.-build_number.buildnumber: 0.014 sec
>> Antelope.compile.copy: 0.016 sec
>> Antelope.prep_files.copy: 0.020 sec
>> Antelope.prep_files.replace: 0.071 sec
>> Antelope.-zip_tasks.zip: 0.122 sec
>> Antelope.-zip_tasks.jar: 0.161 sec
>> Antelope.prep_files.replace: 0.216 sec
>> Antelope.clean.delete: 0.233 sec
>> Antelope.dist.antcall: 0.421 sec
>> Antelope.-zip_docs.zip: 0.540 sec
>> Antelope.dist.antcall: 0.685 sec
>> Antelope.dist.zip: 1.036 sec
>> Antelope.combined.jar: 1.284 sec
>> Antelope.compile.javac: 1.708 sec
>>
>> -------------- Totals -----------------------
>> Start time: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 17:18:30
>> Stop time: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 17:18:39
>> Total time: 8.476 sec
>>
>>
>> Woot! The example is almost 5 years old and still valid!
>>
>>
>>
>> Wascally Wabbit wrote:
>>     
>>> Sorry,
>>> Incomplete original example methinks.
>>>
>>> If you change
>>> - <assign var="time" value="now"/>
>>>
>>> to
>>> + <assign var="time" op="-now" fromvar="time"/>
>>>
>>> it should work.
>>>
>>> --- [ A WORKING EXAMPLE TO DEMONSTRATE (TESTED ;-))] ----
>>>
>>> Here's a working sample (assuming AntX is installed in a
>>> directory at ./antx relative to test script):
>>>
>>> <project name="test" default="timed-target" basedir=".">
>>>   <property name="jware.antx.defaults.valueuris.flag" value="yes"/>
>>>   <path id="antx.classpath">
>>>     <pathelement location="${basedir}/antx/JWare_apis.jar"/>
>>>     <pathelement location="${basedir}/antx/AntX_tasks.jar"/>
>>>   </path>
>>>
>>>   <taskdef resource="com/idaremedia/antx/install/antlib.xml"
>>>      classpathref="antx.classpath"/>
>>>   <typedef resource="com/idaremedia/antx/valueuri/antlib.xml"
>>>     classpathref="antx.classpath"/>
>>>
>>>   <target name="timed-target">
>>>     <assign var="time" op="now"/>
>>>     <echo message="started @ ${$var:time} ms"/>
>>>     <sleep seconds="2"/>
>>>     <assign var="time" op="-now" fromvar="time"/>
>>>     <echo message="duration was ${$var:time} ms"/>
>>>     <copyproperty name="duration" variable="time"
>>>         transform="duration"/>
>>>     <echo message="Duration transformed is ${duration}"/>
>>>   </target>
>>> </project>
>>>
>>>
>>> OUTPUT:
>>> timed-target:
>>>      [echo] started @ 1185500881950 ms
>>>      [echo] duration was 2003 ms
>>>      [echo] Duration transformed is 2sec.3ms
>>>
>>>
>>> dkhanna01 wrote:
>>>       
>>>> first of all thanks for the information
>>>> I tried to load antx libraries and it did worked, BUT while 
>>>> calculating the
>>>> duration its giving me an error as :
>>>>
>>>> Unable to convert 'now' to time duration.
>>>> compile took -now
>>>>
>>>> Here is my code:
>>>>
>>>> <target name="usage" description="Displays a list of valid targets">
>>>>         <assign var="time" value="now"/>
>>>>         <copyproperty name="usage.start" variable="time"
>>>> transform="datetime"/>
>>>>         <echo level="info" message="usage started ${usage.start}"/>
>>>>
>>>>         <antcall target="usage:default"/>
>>>>
>>>>         <assign var="time" value="now"/>
>>>>         <copyproperty name="compile.duration" variable="time"
>>>> transform="duration"/>
>>>>
>>>>         <echo level="info" message="compile took ${compile.duration}"/>
>>>>     </target>
>>>>
>>>> Is there any thing I have missed.
>>>>
>>>> THanks again
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Wascally Wabbit wrote:
>>>>         
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> The assign task is already defined for you as part of the
>>>>> AntXtras antlib. The easiest thing to do is to load the
>>>>> entire antlib and experiment. *See the Quick Start and
>>>>> User Guide for additional information*.
>>>>>
>>>>> Example (assuming at least Ant 1.6.5, and AntXtras bin download
>>>>> to some local directory '${antextensions.d}/antx'):
>>>>>
>>>>> [Top-Level]
>>>>>
>>>>>    <path id="antx.classpath">
>>>>>      <fileset dir="${antextensions.d}/antx">
>>>>>        <include name="lib/*.jar"/>
>>>>>      </fileset>
>>>>>    </path>
>>>>>
>>>>>    <taskdef resource="com/idaremedia/antx/install/antlib.xml"
>>>>>       classpathref="antx.classpath"/>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> [In any target or macrodef]
>>>>>     <assign var="duration" value="now"/>
>>>>>     ...
>>>>>     <assign var="duration" value="-now" .../>
>>>>>     ...
>>>>>
>>>>> -The Wabbit
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> dkhanna01 wrote:
>>>>>           
>>>>>> Hi I downloaded the antxtras unility from the site but the two jar

>>>>>> files in
>>>>>> that does not contain class file for assign task. SO when I try to

>>>>>> run my
>>>>>> script after adding assing task it gave an error that " Problem:

>>>>>> failed
>>>>>> to
>>>>>> create task or type assign"
>>>>>>
>>>>>> THanks
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Wascally Wabbit wrote:
>>>>>>             
>>>>>>> dkhanna01 wrote:
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>> I need to find out the time taken by each of the process/target

>>>>>>>> in our
>>>>>>>> build.xml file. Now for doing this I have use ANT tstamp
task to
>>>>>>>> calculate
>>>>>>>> the start time and end time of the process. Now my question
is 
>>>>>>>> how do I
>>>>>>>> find
>>>>>>>> out the total time taken by the process, I mean is there
any way to
>>>>>>>> calculate difference between "End time" and "Start time"
>>>>>>>> Thanks
>>>>>>>>                 
>>>>>>> If you can use thirdparty libraries you can use the AntXtra's
>>>>>>> <assign> task like so:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> <target name="compile" depends="-init" description="Compile
stuff">
>>>>>>>    <assign var="time" value="now"/>
>>>>>>>    ...[all your compiling tasks here]
>>>>>>>    <assign var="time" value="-now" transform="duration"
>>>>>>>       copyproperty="compile.duration"/>
>>>>>>>    <echo level="info" message="compile took ${compile.duration}"/>
>>>>>>> </target>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> If you want to do this for lots of your targets you can leverage
>>>>>>> macrodefs to do this for every target using something like:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> <macrodef name="timedtarget">
>>>>>>>    <attribute name="name">
>>>>>>>    <attribute name="functions"/>
>>>>>>>    <sequential>
>>>>>>>      <assign var="time_" value="now"/>
>>>>>>>      <callinline targets="@{functions}"/> <!--do NOT
switch 
>>>>>>> projects-->
>>>>>>>      <assign var="time_" value="-now" transform="duration"
>>>>>>>         copyproperty="@{name}.duration"/>
>>>>>>>      <echo level="info" message="@{name} took ${@{name}.duration}"/>
>>>>>>>    </sequential>
>>>>>>> </macrodef>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Then use it like so:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> <target name="-compile">
>>>>>>>     ...[all your compiling work here in private target]
>>>>>>> </target>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> <target name="compile" depends="-init" description="Compile
stuff">
>>>>>>>    <timetarget name="compile" functions="-compile"/>
>>>>>>> </target>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> AntXtras is at: http://antxtras.sf.net/
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Hope that helps.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> -The Wabbit
>>>>>>>
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