Scenario: org.eclipse.ant.tests.ui.editor.performance.OpenAntEditorTest#testOpenAntEditor2() (Win XP Sun 1.4.2_08 (2 GHz 512MB))

In 3.0, by default, no folding in the Ant editor. In 3.1, by default folding is on in the Ant editor. See the No folding test.

Click measurement name to view line graph of measured values over builds.

Build Id Elapsed Process CPU Time Kernel time GDI Objects
3.1_200506271435816 ms 782 ms 70 ms 27
3.0_200406251208_200506241211(reference)706 ms 683 ms 39 ms 10
*Delta110 ms
15.5 %
99 ms
14.4 %
31 ms
79.4 %
170.0 %
*Delta values in red and green indicate degradation > 10% and improvement > 10%,respectively.

Black and yellow points plot values measured in integration and last seven nightly builds.
Magenta points plot the repeated baseline measurement over time.
Boxed points represent previous releases, milestone builds, current reference and current build.

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The raw data and stats include data for all current stream builds and all baseline test runs.

Elapsed Process
Amount of wall-clock time.

CPU Time
Amount of time the process ran on the CPU.

Kernel time
Amount of time the process ran on the CPU, while the CPU was in kernel mode.

GDI Objects
Change in the number of GDI (Graphics Device Interface) objects, can be useful for UI tests (particularly start-up tests).