Date: Sun, 07 Mar 2004 16:45:45 GMT
I'm looking for a tool (library, framework, stand-alone application,
whatever) which can compare the performance of two classfiles.
I'm currently developping a (very) small compiler for java and I'd like to
compare different optimisations.
I heard that JMeter was a very good tool, but it seems to me that it's more
appropriate for a server environment which I don't have (and don't need).
So, could you advise me other performance evaluation tools ?
Thanks in advance,
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