|author||Jakub Gielzak <email@example.com>||Wed Apr 27 15:13:59 2022 +0100|
|committer||Jakub Gielzak <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed May 04 16:39:59 2022 +0000|
New library compose:runtime:runtime-tracing When added as a dependency to a Compose application, enables recomposition tracing: - declares a dependency on tracing-perfetto - registers tracing-perfetto with Compose Remaining steps to trace have to be performed by tooling (e.g. Android Studio Profiler): - provide tracing-perfetto-binary dependencies required for tracing - notify the app to register with Perfetto SDK (using androidx.tracing.perfetto.TracingReceiver) - include track_event as a category in its Perfetto capture config - capture and present a Perfetto trace End-to-end test covered by TracingInitializerTest where Macrobenchmark performs the steps described in the previous paragraph. Bug: 214560409 Bug: 214560414 Bug: 214562374 Test: ./gradlew :compose:runtime:runtime-tracing:connectedCheck -Pandroid.testInstrumentationRunnerArguments.class=androidx.compose.runtime.tracing.test.TracingInitializerTest Test: ./gradlew :compose:integration-tests:macrobenchmark-target:installRelease && ./gradlew :compose:integration-tests:macrobenchmark:connectedCheck -Pandroid.testInstrumentationRunnerArguments.class=androidx.compose.integration.macrobenchmark.TrivialTracingBenchmark Change-Id: Id1ea30fdea39da8d63b8c0963d9e8e351704985b
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