On Sun, 13 Aug 2017 10:30:34 +0530
> So I'm trying to find areas where py3 falls behind py2 in terms of
> performance.Augment reasons and if possible, solutions.
> And my mentor(@Botanic) suggested if we could write benchmarks for some
> modules which presently lack explicit bms and thus we tried writing bm for
> "threading" module and another to compare concurrency implemented using
> "threading"(which is actually restricted by gil) and using
> "multiprocessing" across py2 & py3
I'm uncertain that this is a good approach. Measuring the performance
of a single module doesn't necessary tell us anything about the
performance of real-world applications. You first have to assess whethow
the performance of said module impacts real-world applications. This
probably requires some domain-specific knowledge, which either you have
or would have to inquire about.