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- camcops_server.cc_modules.cc_debug.makefunc_trace_unique_calls(file_only: bool = False) Callable[[frame, str, Any], Optional[Callable]] ¶
Creates a function that you can use as an argument to
sys.settrace(). When you execute a trace, it shows only new call to each function.
file_only – Shows files called only, not functions with line numbers.
Decorator to generate profiler output for slow code from camcops_server.cc_debug import profile.
Add @profile to the function you want to profile. Will generate a file called <function name>.profile.
Can be visualised with e.g. SnakeViz (pip install snakeviz)
- camcops_server.cc_modules.cc_debug.trace_calls(frame: frame, event: str, arg: Any) Optional[Callable[[frame, str, Any], Optional[Callable]]] ¶
A function that can be used as an argument to
sys.settrace. It prints details of every function called (filename, line number, function name).