class RubyProf::Cmd

Synopsis

Profiles a Ruby program.

Usage

ruby_prof [options] <script.rb> [–] [script-options]

Options:

-p, --printer=printer          Select a printer:
                                 flat - Prints a flat profile as text (default).
                                 graph - Prints a graph profile as text.
                                 graph_html - Prints a graph profile as html.
                                 call_tree - format for KCacheGrind
                                 call_stack - prints a HTML visualization of the call tree
                                 dot - Prints a graph profile as a dot file
                                 multi - Creates several reports in output directory

-m, --min_percent=min_percent  The minimum percent a method must take before
                               being included in output reports. This option is not supported for call tree reports.

-f, --file=path                Output results to a file instead of standard out.

--mode=measure_mode            Select what ruby-prof should measure:
                                 wall - Wall time (default)
                                 process - Process time
                                 allocations - Object allocations
                                 memory - Allocated memory

-s, --sort=sort_mode           Select how ruby-prof results should be sorted:
                                 total - Total time
                                 self - Self time
                                 wait - Wait time
                                 child - Child time

--replace-progname             Replace $0 when loading the .rb files.

--specialized-instruction      Turn on specified instruction.

-v                             Show version, set $VERBOSE to true, profile script if option given

-d                             Set $DEBUG to true

-R, --require-noprof lib       Require a specific library (not profiled)

-E, --eval-noprof code         Execute the ruby statements (not profiled)

-x, --exclude regexp           Exclude methods by regexp (see method elimination)

-X, --exclude-file file        Exclude methods by regexp listed in file (see method elimination)

--exclude-common-cycles        Make common iterators like Integer#times appear inlined

--exclude-common-callbacks     Make common callbacks invocations like Integer#times appear inlined so you can see call origins in graph

-h, --help                     Show help message

--version                      Show version