What if your code allocated less? Remember what memory we needed last time and use it gain every time after
Author oxinabox
38 Stars
Updated Last
10 Months Ago
Started In
February 2020


Build Status Code Style: Blue

Have you ever wanted your code to allocate less? Have you ever felt explictly preallocating everything was just too hard? Have you ever thought: "why not just reuse the allocated memory from last time"? Well look no further, friend.

How to use:

The simplest way of using this package is via only one function preallocate, e.g

julia> using AutoPreallocation, BenchmarkTools

julia> A, B, C = (rand(1000, 1000) for _ in 1:3)
Base.Generator{UnitRange{Int64},var"#9#10"}(var"#9#10"(), 1:3)

julia> f(x, y, z) = x * y * z
f (generic function with 1 method)

julia> x, preallocated_f = preallocate(f, A, B, C);

julia> @btime f(A, B, C);
  25.684 ms (4 allocations: 15.26 MiB)

julia> @btime preallocated_f(A, B, C);
  26.077 ms (4 allocations: 144 bytes)


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