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Gipeda – the Git Performance Dashboard
What is gipeda?
Gitpeda is a a tool that presents data from your program’s benchmark suite (or any other source), with nice tables and shiny graphs.
It is only a frontend and does not help with or care about collecting the data.
So it is up to you whether you have a polling shell script loop, a post-commit
hook or a elaborate jenkins setup. As long as the performance data ends up in
logs/ directory, gipeda is happy.
Do you want to see it live? Check out these:
Setting it up
Clone gipedia somewhere, possibly directly into your webspace.
Install a Haskell compiler, including the
Install the dependencies:
cabal install --dependencies-only
cabal install --bindir=.
settings.yaml. You can look at the example file.
Clone the repository of your project into
repository/. A bare clone is sufficient, e.g.
git clone --bare git://git.haskell.org/ghc.git repository
Gipeda does not work without at least some logs, so lets add them.
Gipeda expect simple CSV files for each revision, of the form
benchmark1;1000 benchmark2;20.123 benchmark3;0
But likely your benchmark suite does not generate them in this format directly.
Hence, put whatever format you have (text base logs, JUnit reports, whatever)
into the directory
Then create a script
log2csv that expects the filename of such a log on on
the command line and produces the desired CSV file.
With everything in place, you can now run
and it will create a bunch of JSON files in
you can parallize it.
You should do this everytime a new log file appears in
logs/. You should also
make sure your repository is up-to-date, e.g. by running
git -C repository pull or, if it is a bare clone,
git -C repository fetch origin "+refs/heads/*:refs/heads/*" --prune.
Finally, you simply point your browser to the
site/index.html. The page
should be mostly self-explanatory. If you don’t see anything, it might be
because of the filter in the top-right corner. Try to enable all buttons, even
To host this on a webserver, just put the
site/ directory in your webspace.