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On 10/03/2010, at 7:51 AM, Mike Pall wrote:
> I wrote:
>> This is the third beta release of LuaJIT 2.0.0.
> The cross-language benchmark shootout results have been updated
> for beta3 (thanks Isaac!):
> ...
> Ok, so Java received a grace period ... until the next beta. :-)

Given that you said

> This release includes many fixes and performance enhancements,
> e.g. for recursive code

what's the story with the binary-trees benchmark?  Is it a GC thing, a recursive thing or is it a bad benchmark?

-joff makes it a bit slower, and collectgarbage("stop") at the top (for instances that fit in memory) make it a bit faster, but neither's a huge difference.

On the other hand, since the shootout appears to judge on the median, it's probably knucleotide you want to make faster.