[IronPython] IronPython Start-up Time
realn2s at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 17 11:09:48 CEST 2007
playing around a bit with IronPython I noticed that the start-up time is
Something around ~12s for the initial launch and around ~3,5s for each
with IronPython-2.0A2\ipy.exe (on a Core Duo 2Ghz 2GB)
I am not complaining, just curious.
Is this simply because loading the CLR/DLR takes so much time?
And what is with the 3.5s for successive start-ups?
For comparison CPython needs ~2s for the initial and
~0.2s for successive start-ups.
Btw I used the simple C++ program
// Compile with
// cl /Feuxtime.exe /EHsc uxtime.cpp
// uxtime.exe "PATH_TO_IronPython\ipy.exe simplyExit.py"
#include <stdlib.h >
int main( int argc, char**argv)
int c_start = clock();
int c_end = clock();
printf("%d\n", ((double)(c_end - c_start)) / CLOCKS_PER_SEC );
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