[pypy-dev] Idea for speed.pypy.org
tobami at googlemail.com
Sat Dec 4 08:57:51 CET 2010
benchmark descriptions is certainly something that could be improved upon.
As exarkun said, a quick way to get *something* is to just fill out
the description fields for each benchmark. I can happily do that, I
just need a mail containing a list with brief descriptions for all the
I can even imaging improving it further so that there is a link to
source code (your point 4) or even an info page dedicated to each
Points 2 and 3, as Maciej said, is problematic. Reasons why it
performs better or worse than cpython and how it could be improved is
something that may change fairly often for some benchmarks, which
would be a pain to maintain. And speed.pypy.org doesn't have 3 or 4
benchmarks, it has 25 right now!
@Andy: memory consumption is difficult to measure. I think someone was
looking at how to best measure it?
2010/12/4 Andy <angelflow at yahoo.com>:
> The one thing that would be the most helpful is that for each test shows the memory usage comparison between PyPy-JIT & CPython.
> --- On Fri, 12/3/10, Jacob Hallén <jacob at openend.se> wrote:
>> From: Jacob Hallén <jacob at openend.se>
>> Subject: [pypy-dev] Idea for speed.pypy.org
>> To: pypy-dev at codespeak.net
>> Date: Friday, December 3, 2010, 6:42 PM
>> Something that would be nice on the
>> speed.pypy.org site would be that each
>> benchmark links to a page that describes the benchmark
>> - What the benchmark is designed to measure
>> - Why PyPy performs better/worse than CPYthon (if known)
>> - What might be done to further improve performance (if
>> there are ideas)
>> - Link to the source code of the benchmark
>> Any takers?
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