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Metering: Portable Code Profiling Tool

METERING is a portable code profiling tool, for gathering timing and consing statistics while a program is running. This is a combination of the Monitor package written by Chris McConnell and the Profile package written by Skef Wholey and Rob MacLachlan, with several extensions. Monitors the use of functions and macros: calls, CPU time, clock time, and storage use.

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Version: v2.1 (25-JAN-94) Requires: Common Lisp Ports: Portable, with three small implementation-dependent changes for new Common Lisp implementations. Tested in CMU CL, MACL, MCL, Allegro CL, Lucid CL, AKCL, IBCL. Copying: Public domain. CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Bug Reports: Mailing List: Author(s): Mark Kantrowitz Keywords: Authors!Kantrowitz, CMU, Code Profiler, Lisp!Tools, Metering, Profiler, Public Domain, Space Usage Measurement, Time Measurement References: Documentation of the tools written by Mark Kantrowitz (Metering, Defsystem, Source Compare, User Manual, and Xref) appears in Mark Kantrowitz, "Portable Utilities for Common Lisp, User Guide and Implementation Notes", Tech Report CMU-CS-91-143, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, May 1991. which is available as lang/lisp/code/tools/mkantdoc.tar.gz. There is also some documentation at the top of the file.
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