pub struct SelfProfilerRef {
    profiler: Option<Arc<SelfProfiler>>,
    event_filter_mask: EventFilter,
    print_verbose_generic_activities: bool,
}
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A reference to the SelfProfiler. It can be cloned and sent across thread boundaries at will.

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§profiler: Option<Arc<SelfProfiler>>§event_filter_mask: EventFilter§print_verbose_generic_activities: bool

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impl SelfProfilerRef

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pub fn new( profiler: Option<Arc<SelfProfiler>>, print_verbose_generic_activities: bool ) -> SelfProfilerRef

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fn exec<F>(&self, event_filter: EventFilter, f: F) -> TimingGuard<'_>where F: for<'a> FnOnce(&'a SelfProfiler) -> TimingGuard<'a>,

This shim makes sure that calls only get executed if the filter mask lets them pass. It also contains some trickery to make sure that code is optimized for non-profiling compilation sessions, i.e. anything past the filter check is never inlined so it doesn’t clutter the fast path.

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pub fn verbose_generic_activity( &self, event_label: &'static str ) -> VerboseTimingGuard<'_>

Start profiling a verbose generic activity. Profiling continues until the VerboseTimingGuard returned from this call is dropped. In addition to recording a measureme event, “verbose” generic activities also print a timing entry to stderr if the compiler is invoked with -Ztime-passes.

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pub fn verbose_generic_activity_with_arg<A>( &self, event_label: &'static str, event_arg: A ) -> VerboseTimingGuard<'_>where A: Borrow<str> + Into<String>,

Like verbose_generic_activity, but with an extra arg.

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pub fn generic_activity(&self, event_label: &'static str) -> TimingGuard<'_>

Start profiling a generic activity. Profiling continues until the TimingGuard returned from this call is dropped.

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pub fn generic_activity_with_event_id( &self, event_id: EventId ) -> TimingGuard<'_>

Start profiling with some event filter for a given event. Profiling continues until the TimingGuard returned from this call is dropped.

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pub fn generic_activity_with_arg<A>( &self, event_label: &'static str, event_arg: A ) -> TimingGuard<'_>where A: Borrow<str> + Into<String>,

Start profiling a generic activity. Profiling continues until the TimingGuard returned from this call is dropped.

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pub fn generic_activity_with_arg_recorder<F>( &self, event_label: &'static str, f: F ) -> TimingGuard<'_>where F: FnMut(&mut EventArgRecorder<'_>),

Start profiling a generic activity, allowing costly arguments to be recorded. Profiling continues until the TimingGuard returned from this call is dropped.

If the arguments to a generic activity are cheap to create, use generic_activity_with_arg or generic_activity_with_args for their simpler API. However, if they are costly or require allocation in sufficiently hot contexts, then this allows for a closure to be called only when arguments were asked to be recorded via -Z self-profile-events=args.

In this case, the closure will be passed a &mut EventArgRecorder, to help with recording one or many arguments within the generic activity being profiled, by calling its record_arg method for example.

This EventArgRecorder may implement more specific traits from other rustc crates, e.g. for richer handling of rustc-specific argument types, while keeping this single entry-point API for recording arguments.

Note: recording at least one argument is required for the self-profiler to create the TimingGuard. A panic will be triggered if that doesn’t happen. This function exists explicitly to record arguments, so it fails loudly when there are none to record.

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pub fn artifact_size<A>(&self, artifact_kind: &str, artifact_name: A, size: u64)where A: Borrow<str> + Into<String>,

Record the size of an artifact that the compiler produces

artifact_kind is the class of artifact (e.g., query_cache, object_file, etc.) artifact_name is an identifier to the specific artifact being stored (usually a filename)

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pub fn generic_activity_with_args( &self, event_label: &'static str, event_args: &[String] ) -> TimingGuard<'_>

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pub fn query_provider(&self) -> TimingGuard<'_>

Start profiling a query provider. Profiling continues until the TimingGuard returned from this call is dropped.

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pub fn query_cache_hit(&self, query_invocation_id: QueryInvocationId)

Record a query in-memory cache hit.

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pub fn query_blocked(&self) -> TimingGuard<'_>

Start profiling a query being blocked on a concurrent execution. Profiling continues until the TimingGuard returned from this call is dropped.

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pub fn incr_cache_loading(&self) -> TimingGuard<'_>

Start profiling how long it takes to load a query result from the incremental compilation on-disk cache. Profiling continues until the TimingGuard returned from this call is dropped.

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pub fn incr_result_hashing(&self) -> TimingGuard<'_>

Start profiling how long it takes to hash query results for incremental compilation. Profiling continues until the TimingGuard returned from this call is dropped.

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fn instant_query_event( &self, event_kind: fn(_: &SelfProfiler) -> StringId, query_invocation_id: QueryInvocationId )

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pub fn with_profiler(&self, f: impl FnOnce(&SelfProfiler))

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pub fn get_or_alloc_cached_string(&self, s: &str) -> Option<StringId>

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. Returns None if the self-profiling is not enabled.

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pub fn enabled(&self) -> bool

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pub fn llvm_recording_enabled(&self) -> bool

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pub fn get_self_profiler(&self) -> Option<Arc<SelfProfiler>>

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impl Clone for SelfProfilerRef

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fn clone(&self) -> SelfProfilerRef

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more

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