I can have a look into increasing the number of points displayed. El El lun, 27 mar 2017 a las 15:44, Victor Stinner firstname.lastname@example.org escribió:
Zachary Ware told me on IRC that it's ok for him to drop old data.
If nobody else complains, I will remove old data tomorrow (tuesday).
I already validated that the patched scripts work on Git. I released new versions of perf and performance to make sure that the latest version of the code is released and used. By the way, the newly released perf 1.1 gets a new "perf command" command to measure the time of a command, it's like the Unix "time" command.
$ python3 -m perf command -- python2 -c pass ..................... command: Mean +- std dev: 21.2 ms +- 3.2 ms
2017-03-27 0:12 GMT+02:00 Victor Stinner email@example.com:
I'm going to remove old previous benchmark results from speed.python.org. As we discussed previously, there is no plan to keep old results when we need to change something. In this case, CPython moved from Mercurial to Git, and I'm too lazy to upgrade the revisions in database. I prefer to run again benchmarks :-)
For each year quarter, I will use the first commit of the master branch on this period.
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