[IronPython] is the performance gap between C and CPython a decent comparision between the performance gap between C# and IronPython?

Pablo Dalmazzo pablodalma93 at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 14 13:52:03 CEST 2010

Hi there,

I was replied in one of my topics in StackOverflow that the gap 
performance between C with cPython  is comparable with the performance 
gap between with C# with IronPython by some guy I dont know who he is. 
It could be a newbie, it could not. Now since the base language/platform
 are very 
differents my guess is his comparision is way off, but since I hadnt 
have time to take a look to the IronPython sourcecode at all, even if I 
want to do it soon, I have no idea if what he says has any sense or not.
 Now it's a known fact the gap between C and (c)Python is huge, is that a
 decent comparision of the level of performance difference between C# 
and IronPython? I think if it's not, someone should reply him with some 
technical(s) details why not, I was asked if that was true by a 
programmer friend and she didnt got much confidence in IronPython by 
reading that

Greetings, Pablo 		 	   		  
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