[IronPython] Performance Issue

Wilfredo Lugo wilfredo.lugo at gmail.com
Wed Nov 12 18:29:10 CET 2008

I run the script directly from ipy.exe and it basically behaves pretty
similar to python.exe (it always took one second more, but I could live with
that).  Here is the output:

$ date +%M:%S;./ipy.exe interpolate.py;date +%M:%S
WARNING: desired starting time (Tue Jan 01 00:00:21 2008) prior to time of
 data point (Tue Jan 01 00:00:32 2008), current line: 9411
 series: 3D
force==False, exiting..

So, the problem is on the DLR side.  Any clues?

How does python.exe compare directly to ipy.exe? That is, try running "date
+%M:%S;ipy.exe interpolate.py;date +%M:%S" instead of using the DLR hosting


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