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SMark - Write Benchmarks like Tests

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SMark is the attempt to build a common benchmarking framework for Smalltalk. It inspired from the metaphor used for unit testing in SUnit, and thus, a benchmark is implemented by adding #benchMyBenchmark to a subclass of SBenchmarkSuite. The code is originally based on PBenchmark the benchmark framework used for the PinocchioVM and RoarBenchmark a framework used for performance regression testing of the RoarVM. Other sources of inspiration are for instance the Caliper microbenchmarking framework for Java. (http://code.google.com/p/caliper/). The name choice of SMark is deliberately confusable with smark (as defined by the urban dictionary: Noun. A person who is being scamed but is in on the prank. Someone who knows they are being tricked. Its origin is from the term "mark" and is the shortened form of the phrase "smart mark".) freely following the old wisdom: "Lies, Damn Lies, and --Statistics-- Benchmarks"

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Creator:Stefan Marr
Admin:Stefan Marr

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meta, testing

License

Code commited to this repository will be automatically under MIT license.

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Packages

  • CL-Benchmarks-Game
  • ConfigurationOfBenchmarking
  • NPB
  • PBenchmark
  • SMark
  • Scripting

Links

http://www.squeaksource.com/SMark.html
http://www.squeaksource.com/SMark

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Registered:15 March 2011 11:18:30 pm
Total Releases:0
Total Versions:123
Total Downloads:2353
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