On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 3:44 AM, Maciej Fijalkowski firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 1:12 AM, Brett Cannon email@example.com wrote:
I am presenting the talk "Python 3.3: Trust Me, It's Better Than 2.7" as PyCon Argentina and Brasil (and US if they accept the talk). As part of
talk I need to be able to benchmark Python 3.3 against 2.7 (both from
using the unladen benchmarks (which now include benchmarks from PyPy that can be relatively easily ported to Python 3).
*If* you're talking about benchmarks, would be cool if you mention that pypy is actually much faster on most of them.
I will definitely mention that PyPy is actively working on Python 3 support and people should help out where they can (whether it be technical or financial) since PyPy will be faster than CPython in this regard and if you needed a good chance to switch interpreters this would be it.
BTW, now that 3.3 is out is Antonio going to aim for 3.3 compatibility for the initial release or stay back on 3.2?
Also a very sad fact is that a lot of actually interesting benchmarks don't work on py3k (although a growing number). Twisted and sympy are very informative for example
As soon as those projects are ported we can obviously add those benchmarks.