Binding for the rdtsc machine instruction
|LTS Haskell 20.23:||220.127.116.11|
|Stackage Nightly 2023-05-28:||18.104.22.168|
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Module documentation for 126.96.36.199
rdtsc - Binding for the rdtsc machine instruction
This small Cabal package provides a Haskell binding to the “rdtsc” machine instruction on modern IA-32 processors. This instruction can be used to read the number of cycles since processor startup and gives very accurate timing information.
Note: this package contains the file cycle.h by Matteo Frigo, which provides access to cycle counters on several architectures. The license for this file is included in the file LICENSE in this package.
cabal install rdtsc
for building and installing system-wide, or
tar xzvf rdtsc-X.Y.Z.W.tar.gz cd rdtsc-X.Y.Z.W cabal sandbox init cabal install
for building and installing in a sandbox.
Just import module “System.CPUTime.Rdtsc” into your Haskell file and use
ghc --make FILENAME
to compile your program.
The “tests” directory contains a small test program for the module and demonstrates its usage. There is also a C version for this test program, to test the overheads of Haskell’s FFI.
Happy Haskell hacking, Martin
- Modernized package by switching README to markdown, adding ChangeLog.md
- Updated links in rdtsc.cabal to point to Github