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- Subject: Re: Trying Pallene
- From: bil til <biltil52@...>
- Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2022 08:57:44 +0200
This sounds really interesting.
I usually hate such benchmarking concerning and interpreter language
like Lua... . As I see it, the main focus for interpreter language
should always be flexibility and the C "base code" must be designed
such, that the "workhorse functions", e. g. with long numeric for
loops must be handled by this C "base code".
The benchmarks typically just test such "long numeric for loops" -
which I think is a strange attitude of testing a Lua interpreter code.
Therefore your test seems to show MUCH more, what REALLY is going on.
But I could not find your detail explanation post in githup - can you
give the exact link maybe?
I would be especially interested in this application you call "sys" -
do you have an explanation why LuaJIT is so TERRIBLY bad here?