Dancer::Timer - a timer for Dancer
use Dancer::Timer; my $timer = Dancer::Timer->new(); my $time = $timer->tick; print "[$time]: Doing something\n"; # (time passes) $time = $timer->tick; print "[$time]: Doing something else\n"; # (time passes) $time = $timer->to_string; print "[$time]: Doing another thing\n";
Dancer::Timer provides Dancer with a timing object to clock operations. For example, you might want a logging that shows you when each operation happened (at what time) to determine how long each operation was in order to know where to focus on for possible bugs or perhaps unnecessary slowness.
Dancer uses Dancer::Timer in facilities that want to provide this for you. Any plugin author is more than welcome to use it as well.
Retains the starting time of the timer. The default value is when the object is created. It fetches that using
gettimeofday from Time::HiRes.
This method is called when
->new() is called. It initializes the
Creates a tick in the timer and returns the interval between the
start_time and now.
tick, just more expressive.
Copyright 2009-2010 Alexis Sukrieh.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.
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