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    require-so-slow
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    2.0.5 • Public • Published

    require-so-slow

    • Wondering why your applications is slow to start?
    • require seems to take an eternity?
    • Wonder no more!

    This module produces a timeline of your requires and produces an output that you can load in the Chrome Timeline Viewer.

    Trace Viewer

    Click on the image above to go see an interactive version.

    Command Line Usage

    # Profiles the timeline of requiring `request@latest` and generates a trace
    # output file you can load in Chrome Timeline viewer [1]
    $ npx require-so-slow request
    
    # You can specify specific versions or dist-tags.
    $ npx require-so-slow got@9.0.0
    $ npx require-so-slow got@rc
    
    # You can specify what output filename to use:
    $ npm require-so-slow -o lodash.trace.json lodash

    You can also preload require-so-slow from node:

    npm i -D require-so-slow
    
    # Traces the entire execution of entrypoint and writes to
    # ./require-so-slow.trace by default
    $ node -r require-so-slow [entrypoint]
    
    # The output path can be changed with the TRACE_OUTFILE environent variable

    API

    const requireSoSlow = require('require-so-slow');
    
    // load stuff, run stuff.
    require('request');
    
    // Write a trace file at some point.
    requireSoSlow.write('require-trace.trace');

    Install

    npm i require-so-slow

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    Version

    2.0.5

    License

    Apache-2.0

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