Following up on my task to make it easier to benchmark memory usage in Python, I updated Fabian’s [memory_profiler] to include a couple of useful IPython magics. While in my last post, I used the new IPython 0.13 syntax for defining magics, this time I used the backwards-compatible …
%timeit, there’s no doubt about it. So why not have
something like that, but for measuring how much memory your line takes?
Well, now you can; grab a hold of the script in the following gist and
run it like in the example.
It seems that I keep getting handed buggy code to install. These are cases of research software where the developers didn’t make the effort to make sure their tool works on the platforms it should.
[GLARF] (Grammatical and Logical Argument Representation Framework) is, in their words, “a typed feature …