[docs] [issue28979] What's New entry on compact dict mentions "faster" implementation
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Thu Dec 15 08:52:12 EST 2016
New submission from Jim Fasarakis-Hilliard:
Specifically, the entry reads:
"The dict type has been reimplemented to use a faster, more compact representation similar to the PyPy dict implementation."
Through, the text describing the new implementation doesn't mention anything on speed, it only mentions memory usage.
issue27350 and, specifically, msg275587 even report a slight regression ok key look-ups. Am I interpreting this differently? If not, is it a good idea to be stating it is faster?
assignee: docs at python
nosy: Jim Fasarakis-Hilliard, docs at python
title: What's New entry on compact dict mentions "faster" implementation
versions: Python 3.6
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