[Python-Dev] ndPython: I NEED TO TALK WITH ONE OF THE PYTHON CORE
fbattaglia at alice.it
Fri Jun 26 17:45:15 CEST 2009
Thanks for your answers.
Sorry for the title in upper case. I didn't
want to create troubles.
I've an important question for you: is it
possible that a large python module,
created using SWIG and with a hundred
of routines, makes slower the execution
(i.e. the job of ceval.c) of the Python
We've observed that, if we don't import
ndpsp.pyc at startup, the time of execution
of a loop containing the pass instruction
becomes near normal.
How Python recalls the C functions in
a C wrapper ?
Thanks for your very important help.
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