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[REBOL] RugbyXPi - first steps (and bugs?) ...

From: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 25-Jan-2002 8:30

Hi, first steps with new Rugby .... strange result ... ->> start-profiling "pass" == "Profiling started." ->> start: now/time/precise loop 100 [echo "la"] print now/time/precise - start 0:01:23.59 (I am not sure if the slowdown was because of profiler or because of ZoneAlarm firewall) ->> print profile-data "pass" ** Math Error: Attempt to divide by zero ** Near: to-integer (to-decimal val/1) / (to-decimal time) * ->> reset-profiler "pass" == 8:14:46.78 Now the question - does 'reset-profiler only resets the profiler, or does it stop it? a) if it stops profiling - rename the function, please b) if it only resets profiler data, then add function to stop profiling ... New try to use profiler: ->> start-profiling "pass" ** Script Error: Duplicate function value: profiler-data ** Near: func compose [(do mold header) /profiler-data profiler-ticket return exit] compose/deep [ profiler-data: (copy/deep [[]]) either empty? profiler-data [ repend profiler-data [ return: func [[throw] value [any-type!]] [ profiler-deregister profiler-ticket system/words/return get/any 'value ] exit: func [[throw]] [return] ] ] [ set [return exit] profiler-data ] profiler-ticket: profiler-register (name) set/any 'val do (reduce [body]) profiler-deregister profiler-ticket get/any 'val ] What I still can't get used to: - naming confusion - start-PROFILING, reset-PROFILER, PROFILE-data ... what about profiler/start, profiler/reset, profiler/stop, profiler/get-data = only ONE function and its refinements to remember .... believe me - it is difficult for me to remember all that function name variants and required order of words in function names .... - I forget to send password parameter to above functions each time :-) Maybe it is just because it is rather new functionality ... let's see how it will evolve ... Let's get Rugby being smart for its users :-) Well, on the other hand, if we will use refined functions, what equivalent will Ruby users use? ;-) Cheers, -pekr-