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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright 2017 The PDFium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""Measures performance for rendering a single test case with pdfium.
The output is a number that is a metric which depends on the profiler specified.
import argparse
import os
import re
import subprocess
import sys
from common import PrintErr
PDFIUM_TEST = 'pdfium_test'
class PerformanceRun(object):
"""A single measurement of a test case."""
def __init__(self, args):
self.args = args
self.pdfium_test_path = os.path.join(self.args.build_dir, PDFIUM_TEST)
def _CheckTools(self):
"""Returns whether the tool file paths are sane."""
if not os.path.exists(self.pdfium_test_path):
PrintErr("FAILURE: Can't find test executable '%s'"
% self.pdfium_test_path)
PrintErr('Use --build-dir to specify its location.')
return False
if not os.access(self.pdfium_test_path, os.X_OK):
PrintErr("FAILURE: Test executable '%s' lacks execution permissions"
% self.pdfium_test_path)
return False
return True
def Run(self):
"""Runs test harness and measures performance with the given profiler.
Exit code for the script.
if not self._CheckTools():
return 1
if self.args.profiler == CALLGRIND_PROFILER:
time = self._RunCallgrind()
elif self.args.profiler == PERFSTAT_PROFILER:
time = self._RunPerfStat()
elif self.args.profiler == NONE_PROFILER:
time = self._RunWithoutProfiler()
PrintErr('profiler=%s not supported, aborting' % self.args.profiler)
return 1
if time is None:
return 1
print time
return 0
def _RunCallgrind(self):
"""Runs test harness and measures performance with callgrind.
int with the result of the measurement, in instructions or time.
# Whether to turn instrument the whole run or to use the callgrind macro
# delimiters in pdfium_test.
instrument_at_start = 'no' if self.args.interesting_section else 'yes'
output_path = self.args.output_path or '/dev/null'
valgrind_cmd = (['valgrind', '--tool=callgrind',
'--instr-atstart=%s' % instrument_at_start,
'--callgrind-out-file=%s' % output_path]
+ self._BuildTestHarnessCommand())
output = subprocess.check_output(valgrind_cmd, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)
# Match the line with the instruction count, eg.
# '==98765== Collected : 12345'
return self._ExtractIrCount(r'\bCollected\b *: *\b(\d+)', output)
def _RunPerfStat(self):
"""Runs test harness and measures performance with perf stat.
int with the result of the measurement, in instructions or time.
# --no-big-num: do not add thousands separators
# -einstructions: print only instruction count
cmd_to_run = (['perf', 'stat', '--no-big-num', '-einstructions']
+ self._BuildTestHarnessCommand())
output = subprocess.check_output(cmd_to_run, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)
# Match the line with the instruction count, eg.
# ' 12345 instructions'
return self._ExtractIrCount(r'\b(\d+)\b.*\binstructions\b', output)
def _RunWithoutProfiler(self):
"""Runs test harness and measures performance without a profiler.
int with the result of the measurement, in instructions or time. In this
case, always return 1 since no profiler is being used.
cmd_to_run = self._BuildTestHarnessCommand()
output = subprocess.check_output(cmd_to_run, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)
# Return 1 for every run.
return 1
def _BuildTestHarnessCommand(self):
"""Builds command to run the test harness."""
cmd = [self.pdfium_test_path, '--send-events']
if self.args.interesting_section:
if self.args.png:
if self.args.pages:
cmd.append('--pages=%s' % self.args.pages)
return cmd
def _ExtractIrCount(self, regex, output):
"""Extracts a number from the output with a regex."""
matched =, output)
if not matched:
return None
# Group 1 is the instruction number, eg. 12345
return int(
def main():
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
help='test case to measure load and rendering time')
parser.add_argument('--build-dir', default=os.path.join('out', 'Release'),
help='relative path to the build directory with '
parser.add_argument('--profiler', default=CALLGRIND_PROFILER,
help='which profiler to use. Supports callgrind, '
'perfstat, and none.')
parser.add_argument('--interesting-section', action='store_true',
help='whether to measure just the interesting section or '
'the whole test harness. The interesting section is '
'pdfium reading a pdf from memory and rendering '
'it, which omits loading the time to load the file, '
'initialize the library, terminate it, etc. '
'Limiting to only the interesting section does not '
'work on Release since the delimiters are optimized '
'out. Callgrind only.')
parser.add_argument('--png', action='store_true',
help='outputs a png image on the same location as the '
'pdf file')
help='selects some pages to be rendered. Page numbers '
'are 0-based. "--pages A" will render only page A. '
'"--pages A-B" will render pages A to B '
help='where to write the profile data output file')
args = parser.parse_args()
if args.interesting_section and args.profiler != CALLGRIND_PROFILER:
PrintErr('--interesting-section requires profiler to be callgrind.')
return 1
run = PerformanceRun(args)
return run.Run()
if __name__ == '__main__':