[Python-Dev] Rethinking intern() and its data structure
a.badger at gmail.com
Fri Apr 10 16:56:20 CEST 2009
Robert Collins wrote:
> Certainly, import time is part of it:
> robertc at lifeless-64:~$ python -m timeit -s 'import sys; import
> bzrlib.errors' "del sys.modules['bzrlib.errors']; import bzrlib.errors"
> 10 loops, best of 3: 18.7 msec per loop
> (errors.py is 3027 lines long with 347 exception classes).
> We've also looked lower - python does a lot of stat operations search
> for imports and determining if the pyc is up to date; these appear to
> only really matter on cold-cache imports (but they matter a lot then);
> in hot-cache situations they are insignificant.
Tarek, Georg, and I talked about a way to do both multi-version and
speedup of this exact problem with import in the future at pycon. I had
to leave before the hackfest got started, though, so I don't know where
the idea went from there. Tarek, did this idea progress any?
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