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Export & display data options (mainly for printing)

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Export & display data options (mainly for printing)

Postby thomasf » Thu Apr 13, 2006 1:04 pm

Love the tool ... just a few things that would make my life easier.

One of the main reasons that I use export is to be able to print
the results of a profiling session (CPU profiling mainly).

The only export option right now is to HTML, unfortunately the HTML
page that is generated doesn't generally "fit" nicely onto a normal
paper size (in either portrait or landscape mode).

A couple of export suggestions:
- Provide a CSV export option in addition to the HTML pages/table.
This would allow for a quick import into programs like Excel which
can then be used to print the data.

- Provide a name suppression filter on the displayed results. For example
if I have a large number of classes in a package:
com.acme.this.that.something.else.<Real classes start here>

Then being able to suppress the "com.acme.this.that.something.else" in
the display would help to reduce the table size in the HTML export so that
it could potentially fit on a page.

- Provide a reverse naming scheme where the method name is displayed
in a separate column from the package. This would be equivalent to the
name suppression, but may provide more benefit with less user effort.
For example:
get(int) : java.util.ArrayList
vs
java.util.ArrayList.get(int)

This would allow you to focus on the methods that are of most interest
to you without having to wade through all of the package information.

Wicked tool guys!
thomasf
 
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