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Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Trivial Update of "Cocoon 3 Profiling" by StephanTeuschl
Date Mon, 01 Jun 2009 16:33:59 GMT
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The following page has been changed by StephanTeuschl:
http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/Cocoon_3_Profiling

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  == Firebug ==
  
- Getting the Firebug Plugin able to work is really easy. You'll need to install Firebug 1.4X
 [[http://getfirebug.com/releases/firebug/1.4X]] and then install the Firebug .xpi from cocoon-profiling-firebug
(opening it with Firefox should suffice, though). Afterwards, you should have a little bug
on the bottom right corner of your Firefox. Clicking will open it, then you can navigate to
the net-panel (you might want to get sure its activated) and there open up a request (you
might need to refresh). In the request, there should be a tab called "Cocoon 3 Profiling",
if you click it, and the Profiling Service works, you should now see the generated profiling
data in the form of a tree.
+ Getting the Firebug Plugin able to work is really easy. You'll need to install Firebug 1.4X
 [[http://getfirebug.com/releases/firebug/1.4X]] and then install the Firebug .xpi from cocoon-profiling-firebug
(opening it with Firefox should suffice). The .xpi will only be available after the next content
patch from cocoon-profiling, so you might have to wait a few days (as of June 1st, 09). Afterwards,
you should have a little bug on the bottom right corner of your Firefox. Clicking will open
it, then you can navigate to the net-panel (you might want to get sure its activated) and
there open up a request (you might need to refresh). In the request, there should be a tab
called "Cocoon 3 Profiling", if you click it, and the Profiling Service works, you should
now see the generated profiling data in the form of a tree.
  
  === First Examples ===
  

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