On 1 March 2014 23:34, Brecht Machiels
While PyPy2 performs better than PyPy3, it's still much slower than CPython. Is RinohType hitting a weak spot in PyPy? Any hints on what I can do to improve performance?
It's not really helpful, but the warm-up time is the first issue here. If I edit template.py to run it e.g. 10 times instead of only once, the speed grows quickly by a factor of 4. It means your code, for some reason, exhibits slow warm-ups (not the worst we've seen, but I agree it's a lot). It would be interesting to know if you have a similar speed-up when processing a single 10-times-larger document instead of 10 times the same small document :-) A bientôt, Armin.