I'm running benchmarks manually times to times. I tried once to add a cron job but the job failed. If I recall correctly, the job failed because benchmarks were not compatible with Python 3.8. Hopefully pyperformance 0.9/0 should now be fully compatible with Pyhon 3.8 beta
My script can easily run benchmarks on different CPython versions and different CPython branches. Right now, I only see 2.7, 3.5 and 3.6 and master branches for CPython, and "pypy2".
Honestly, I'm not really available to maintain speed.python.org and I would prefer if someone else can maintain the scripts running benchmarks and make sure that scripts work as expected.
Le jeu. 6 juin 2019 à 05:20, Matti Picus firstname.lastname@example.org a écrit :
Looking at https://speed.python.org/comparison/, there are no benchmarks for python 3.7 and the recently released python 3.8beta. But if I look at the timeline https://speed.python.org/timeline/#/?exe=12&ben=2to3&env=1&revs=... I do see results for recent runs. Is it just a matter of adding the tags for the proper git commits for python3.7, 3.8beta, or does the code differ enough that we need specific runs to mark as "versions"?
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