pub struct SelfProfiler {
    profiler: Profiler,
    event_filter_mask: EventFilter,
    string_cache: RwLock<FxHashMap<String, StringId>>,
    query_event_kind: StringId,
    generic_activity_event_kind: StringId,
    incremental_load_result_event_kind: StringId,
    incremental_result_hashing_event_kind: StringId,
    query_blocked_event_kind: StringId,
    query_cache_hit_event_kind: StringId,
    artifact_size_event_kind: StringId,
}

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§profiler: Profiler§event_filter_mask: EventFilter§string_cache: RwLock<FxHashMap<String, StringId>>§query_event_kind: StringId§generic_activity_event_kind: StringId§incremental_load_result_event_kind: StringId§incremental_result_hashing_event_kind: StringId§query_blocked_event_kind: StringId§query_cache_hit_event_kind: StringId§artifact_size_event_kind: StringId

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impl SelfProfiler

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pub fn new( output_directory: &Path, crate_name: Option<&str>, event_filters: Option<&[String]>, counter_name: &str ) -> Result<SelfProfiler, Box<dyn Error + Send + Sync>>

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pub fn alloc_string<STR: SerializableString + ?Sized>( &self, s: &STR ) -> StringId

Allocates a new string in the profiling data. Does not do any caching or deduplication.

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pub fn get_or_alloc_cached_string<A>(&self, s: A) -> StringId
where A: Borrow<str> + Into<String>,

Gets a StringId for the given string. This method makes sure that any strings going through it will only be allocated once in the profiling data.

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pub fn map_query_invocation_id_to_string( &self, from: QueryInvocationId, to: StringId )

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pub fn bulk_map_query_invocation_id_to_single_string<I>( &self, from: I, to: StringId )

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pub fn query_key_recording_enabled(&self) -> bool

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pub fn event_id_builder(&self) -> EventIdBuilder<'_>

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