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Allegro CL version 10.1
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profiler-status

Arguments: &key verbose profile current-profile

This function will print to *standard-output* the status of the current data collection. If the runtime analysis was invoked with the with-profiling macro, the form to be analyzed is also printed.

This function returns one of the following possible values:

The profile keyword argument specifies the profile to examine. Its value must be a name of a profile (see save-named-profile) or a profile object (see find-named-profile). The value :current is also accepted and is the default. It indicates the current profile (the most recent run and stopped but not saved and named profile).

Use of the current-profile keyword argument is deprecated and will cause a warning to be signaled. Use profile instead. If supplied, its value must be a profile saved by save-named-profile or the name of such a profile (see find-named-profile). Profiles saved by the deprecated function save-current-profile will also work).

The verbose keyword argument, if true (default is t), causes additional information about runtime analysis to be printed. If you specify it as nil, only the appropriate keyword (from the list above) is returned and nothing additional is printed.

A finalized analysis (profiler-status returns :analyzed) can be saved using save-named-profile.

See runtime-analyzer.htm for general information on the runtime analyzer.


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This page was not revised from the 10.0 page.
Created 2019.8.20.

ToCDocOverviewCGDocRelNotesFAQIndexPermutedIndex
Allegro CL version 10.1
The object described on this page has been modified in the 10.1 release; see the Release Notes.
10.0 version