Were you looking for the stats of how long the require statements took in your scripts?
It's time to use (time-require)[https://www.npmjs.org/package/time-require] a node module that displays the execution time for Node.js modules loading by hooking and tracing all require() calls.
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This module makes use of a require (hook)[https://github.com/jaguard/time-require/blob/master/src/requireHook.js#L71] which is loaded as the first module so all the other requires gets counted, unhooks and then prints out a neat table with the
totalTime = Date.now() - startTime.getTime(); and the number of modules that were required.
Thanks to the module author Ciprian Popa