I'm interested in some dynamic execution counts (sys.getdxp). I have a
Python executable built with that. The recommended way to capture
execution profiles is to run the desired program with -i and use that
to grab and write the opcode profile.
That would be quite cumbersome when using pyperformance since each
benchmark is run as a separate Python process and there are so many
benchmarks. Is there some builtin way to save the output of
sys.getdxp() after each benchmark is run? If not, is there an approach
to that I should consider, perhaps a plug-in capability I missed in a
quick skim of the docs?