Timer class enables timing of execution throughout the module.
Timer support is enabled by passing
-DENABLE_TIMER=ON to the
Timing macros are available by inclusion of the
Config.hpp header file.
The class is basically a wrapper around an ordered map of strings and cpu timers. To time a code snippet:
TIMER_ON("code-snippet"); // code-snippet TIMER_OFF("code-snippet");
The timings are printed out to the
pcmsolver.timer.dat by a call
TIMER_DONE macro. This should obviously happen at the very end
of the execution!
PCMSolver, an API for the Polarizable Continuum Model Copyright (C) 2017 Roberto Di Remigio, Luca Frediani and collaborators.
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