ReBench is designed to be used with existing benchmarking harnesses. It uses what we call 'gauge adapters' to parse the output generated by harnesses and store it in its own data files for later processing.

Available Harness Support

ReBench currently provides builtin support for the following benchmark harnesses:

Supporting other Benchmark Harnesses

To add support for your own harness, check the rebench.interop module. In there, the adapter module contains the GaugeAdapter base class.

The key method to implement is parse_data(self, data, run_id, invocation). The method is expected to return a list of DataPoint objects. Each data point can contain a number of Measurement objects, where one of them needs to be indicated as the total value. The idea here is that a harness can measure different phases of a benchmark or different properties, for instance memory usage. These can be encoded as different measurements. The overall run time is assumed to be the final measurement to conclude the information for a single iteration of a benchmark. A good example to study is the rebench_log_adapter implementation.