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#!../libguile/guile \
-e main -s
!#

;;;; guile-benchmark --- run the Guile benchmark suite
;;;; Adapted from code by Jim Blandy <jimb@red-bean.com> --- May 1999
;;;;
;;;; Copyright (C) 2002, 2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;;;;
;;;; This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
;;;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;;;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
;;;; any later version.
;;;;
;;;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;;;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;;;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
;;;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;;;;
;;;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;;;; along with this software; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
;;;; the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor,
;;;; Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA


;;;; Usage: [guile -e main -s] guile-benchmark [OPTIONS] [BENCHMARK ...]
;;;;
;;;; Run benchmarks from the Guile benchmark suite.  Report timing
;;;; results to the standard output, along with a summary of all
;;;; the results.  Record each reported benchmark outcome in the log
;;;; file, `benchmarks.log'.
;;;;
;;;; Normally, guile-benchmark scans the benchmark directory, and
;;;; executes all files whose names end in `.bm'.  (It assumes they contain
;;;; Scheme code.)  However, you can have it execute specific benchmarks by
;;;; listing their filenames on the command line.
;;;;
;;;; The option `--benchmark-suite' can be given to specify the benchmark
;;;; directory.  If no such option is given, the benchmark directory is
;;;; taken from the environment variable BENCHMARK_SUITE_DIR (if defined),
;;;; otherwise a default directory that is hardcoded in this file is
;;;; used (see "Installation" below).
;;;;
;;;; If present, the `--iteration-factor FACTOR' option tells
;;;; `guile-benchmark' to multiply the number of iterations given with
;;;; each single benchmark by the value of FACTOR.  This allows to
;;;; reduce or increase the total time for benchmarking.
;;;;
;;;; If present, the `--log-file LOG' option tells `guile-benchmark' to put
;;;; the log output in a file named LOG.
;;;;
;;;; If present, the `--debug' option will enable a debugging mode.
;;;;
;;;;
;;;; Installation:
;;;;
;;;; If you change the #! line at the top of this script to point at
;;;; the Guile interpreter you want to run, you can call this script
;;;; as an executable instead of having to pass it as a parameter to
;;;; guile via "guile -e main -s guile-benchmark".  Further, you can edit
;;;; the definition of default-benchmark-suite to point to the parent
;;;; directory of the `benchmarks' tree, which makes it unnecessary to set
;;;; the environment variable `BENCHMARK_SUITE_DIR'.
;;;;
;;;;
;;;; Shortcomings:
;;;;
;;;; At the moment, due to a simple-minded implementation, benchmark files
;;;; must live in the benchmark directory, and you must specify their names
;;;; relative to the top of the benchmark directory.  If you want to send
;;;; me a patch that fixes this, but still leaves sane benchmark names in
;;;; the log file, that would be great.  At the moment, all the benchmarks
;;;; I care about are in the benchmark directory, though.
;;;;
;;;; It would be nice if you could specify the Guile interpreter you
;;;; want to benchmark on the command line.  As it stands, if you want to
;;;; change which Guile interpreter you're benchmarking, you need to edit
;;;; the #! line at the top of this file, which is stupid.


;;; User configurable settings:
(define default-benchmark-suite
  (string-append (getenv "HOME") "/bogus-path/benchmark-suite"))


(use-modules (benchmark-suite lib)
	     (ice-9 getopt-long)
	     (ice-9 and-let-star)
	     (ice-9 rdelim))


;;; Variables that will receive their actual values later.
(define benchmark-suite default-benchmark-suite)

(define tmp-dir #f)


;;; General utilities, that probably should be in a library somewhere.

;;; Enable debugging
(define (enable-debug-mode)
  (write-line %load-path)
  (set! %load-verbosely #t)
  (debug-enable 'backtrace 'debug))

;;; Traverse the directory tree at ROOT, applying F to the name of
;;; each file in the tree, including ROOT itself.  For a subdirectory
;;; SUB, if (F SUB) is true, we recurse into SUB.  Do not follow
;;; symlinks.
(define (for-each-file f root)

  ;; A "hard directory" is a path that denotes a directory and is not a
  ;; symlink.
  (define (file-is-hard-directory? filename)
    (eq? (stat:type (lstat filename)) 'directory))

  (let visit ((root root))
    (let ((should-recur (f root)))
      (if (and should-recur (file-is-hard-directory? root))
	  (let ((dir (opendir root)))
	    (let loop ()
	      (let ((entry (readdir dir)))
		(cond
		 ((eof-object? entry) #f)
		 ((or (string=? entry ".")
		      (string=? entry "..")
                      (string=? entry "CVS")
                      (string=? entry "RCS"))
		  (loop))
		 (else
		  (visit (string-append root "/" entry))
		  (loop))))))))))


;;; The benchmark driver.


;;; Localizing benchmark files and temporary data files.

(define (data-file-name filename)
  (in-vicinity tmp-dir filename))

(define (benchmark-file-name benchmark)
  (in-vicinity benchmark-suite benchmark))

;;; Return a list of all the benchmark files in the benchmark tree.
(define (enumerate-benchmarks benchmark-dir)
  (let ((root-len (+ 1 (string-length benchmark-dir)))
	(benchmarks '()))
    (for-each-file (lambda (file)
		     (if (has-suffix? file ".bm")
			 (let ((short-name
				(substring file root-len)))
			   (set! benchmarks (cons short-name benchmarks))))
		     #t)
		   benchmark-dir)

    ;; for-each-file presents the files in whatever order it finds
    ;; them in the directory.  We sort them here, so they'll always
    ;; appear in the same order.  This makes it easier to compare benchmark
    ;; log files mechanically.
    (sort benchmarks string<?)))

(define (main args)
  (let ((options (getopt-long args
			      `((benchmark-suite
				 (single-char #\t)
				 (value #t))
                                (iteration-factor
                                 (single-char #\t)
                                 (value #t))
				(log-file
				 (single-char #\l)
				 (value #t))
				(debug
				 (single-char #\d))))))
    (define (opt tag default)
      (let ((pair (assq tag options)))
	(if pair (cdr pair) default)))

    (if (opt 'debug #f)
	(enable-debug-mode))

    (set! benchmark-suite
	  (or (opt 'benchmark-suite #f)
	      (getenv "BENCHMARK_SUITE_DIR")
	      default-benchmark-suite))

    (set! iteration-factor
          (string->number (opt 'iteration-factor "1")))

    ;; directory where temporary files are created.
    (set! tmp-dir (getcwd))

    (let* ((benchmarks
	    (let ((foo (opt '() '())))
	      (if (null? foo)
		  (enumerate-benchmarks benchmark-suite)
		  foo)))
	   (log-file
	    (opt 'log-file "benchmarks.log")))

      ;; Open the log file.
      (let ((log-port (open-output-file log-file)))

	;; Register some reporters.
	(register-reporter (make-log-reporter log-port))
	(register-reporter user-reporter)

	;; Run the benchmarks.
	(for-each (lambda (benchmark)
		    (with-benchmark-prefix benchmark
		      (load (benchmark-file-name benchmark))))
		  benchmarks)
	(close-port log-port)))))


;;; Local Variables:
;;; mode: scheme
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