Jameson "Chema" Quinn
jquinn at cs.oberlin.edu
Tue Dec 18 12:27:32 EST 2007
> I suggest taking a look at PyPy for Python, which will dynamic recompile
> Python to native code and likely give some good performance benefits. I
> really can't stand JIT compilation and would prefer something that takes
> advantage of Mono's own facilities, to centralize the effort in the JIT
> at least (Mono has nice stuff), but IronPython is Microsoft Permissive
> License which is not OSI approved.
Has anyone looked at Psyco on the XO? The point is, no generic mono JIT is
going to be as smart about guessing the 95% case for Python, as something
written specifically for Python.
Disclaimer: I have no experience to back this up.
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