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docpad-plugin-heapdumper v2.2.0

Dumps a heap snapshot for each event in docpad, viewable in chrome profiler

HeapDump Plugin for DocPad

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Generates heap snapshots during specified docpad events that can be loaded in to the chrome profiler. Snapshot files are generated in the root of docpad by default

Config

plugins:
    heapdumper:
        # default output path relative to the docpad root path
        snapshotPath: "snapshots"
        # default events that this plugin write a snapshot at (change to suit your docpad instance)
        events: [
            'writeAfter' # (default)
        ]
Some of the events that can be specified
    'generateBefore'
    'generateAfter'
    'parseBefore'
    'parseAfter'
    'populateCollectionsBefore'
    'populateCollections'
    'contextualizeBefore'
    'contextualizeAfter'
    'renderBefore'
    'renderAfter'
    'renderCollectionBefore'
    'renderCollectionAfter'
    'writeBefore'
    'writeAfter' # (default)
    'serverBefore'
    'serverAfter'

Full event list is here

Be warned that snapshoting the render event will take a long time depending on how many documents you have to render. So use wisley, i.e. a test instance of docpad with 3 files to render

Tips

Good advice here:

History

You can discover the history inside the History.md file

Contributing

You can discover the contributing instructions inside the Contributing.md file

License

Licensed under the incredibly permissive MIT License
Copyright © 2013+ Stringz Solutions Ltd
Copyright © 2013+ Peter Flannery

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