This is very cool Chris -- thanks!

One question:

and with the amazing result of speed:

PyPy 3.8 works
     10 times faster than the identical code on Python 3.10
     5.5 times slower than the same example in C++ Qt.

Is this primarily Python-QT interaction? or computing the mandelbrot set, for which I would expect to see performance numbers like that.

Anyway, really cool in any case -- a major step for PyPy.


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