Writes trace events to the system trace buffer. More...
|void||ATrace_beginSection (const char *sectionName)|
Writes trace events to the system trace buffer.
These trace events can be collected and visualized using the Systrace tool. For information about using the Systrace tool, read Analyzing UI Performance with Systrace.
|void ATrace_beginSection||(||const char *||sectionName||)|
Writes a tracing message to indicate that the given section of code has begun. This call must be followed by a corresponding call to endSection() on the same thread.
Note: At this time the vertical bar character '|' and newline character '
' are used internally by the tracing mechanism. If sectionName contains these characters they will be replaced with a space character in the trace.
Writes a tracing message to indicate that a given section of code has ended. This call must be preceeded by a corresponding call to beginSection(char*) on the same thread. Calling this method will mark the end of the most recently begun section of code, so care must be taken to ensure that beginSection / endSection pairs are properly nested and called from the same thread.
Returns true if tracing is enabled. Use this signal to avoid expensive computation only necessary when tracing is enabled.