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These binaries are compiled directly from the Git repository. Every single time a change is made, a new binary will be compiled. Not only that but tests are run automatically, as well as benchmarks on real hardware - so over time we'll be able to see which commits affected the speed and memory usage of Espruino.
To use them, simply go to the link above, click on the date you want, and then right-click on espruino_..._espruino_1r3.bin and click Copy Link Address. You can then take that and paste it right into the Web IDE's flasher (or follow the instructions at http://www.espruino.com/Download)
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Note: The only binaries there right now are for the Espruino board version 1.3. If you need other boards you can try the original http://espruino-nightly.noda.se.
Are there any plans for a website that nicely shows the results of the benchmarks next to each other? The results are all there, but plain json is a bit of an eyesore ;).
Yes, there are plans ;) I already have the script that generates the CSV file.
I would recommend FLOT http://www.flotcharts.org/
Example for zooming http://www.flotcharts.org/flot/examples/zooming/index.html
Example for mouseover/click http://www.flotcharts.org/flot/examples/interacting/index.html
A lot of additional examples and plugins are here http://jumflot.jumware.com/IndexJUMFlot.html
There is also an editor available http://jumflot.jumware.com/tools/FlotEdit/FlotEdit.html
Under help you will find some videos and may be, somebody will recognize the speaker ;-)
If you give me the data, I will create an example.
Here you go: http://www.espruino.com/binaries/git/stats.html
It'd be nice if it was zoomable, and if clicking on a data point (any column) reported the hash. Even better if it linked to https://github.com/espruino/Espruino/commit/HASHTAG ;)
I've left the computer churning away over the last 80 commits, as more interesting things happened over that time :)
Just to add - I added test pass/fail. It'd be nice if that was a bar in the background...
And maybe it'd be better the X axis was linear, rather than based on date...
thanks for introducing
now I no longer need to work around the lack of this function when sending data to my LCD display
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