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- Subject: re: [ANN] Building the fastest Lua interpreter.. automatically!,
- From: Foster Schucker <Foster@...>
- Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2022 03:29:22 -0500
Thanks for a great article. I like how you have been able to help the
compiler optimizatons with your very sets of code that is managed by
I will say as a fan of the TV show "Letterkenny" that the Degens from
Upcountry (short for "degenerates") are an unorganized group of louts,
but yours are very clever.
Thanks for all the links, it was a nice hour of reading with side trips
into other parts of Lua and other implementations.
Question: I know you ran for speed, did you also run the test suite to
make sure that it runs for accuracy, the programs get the same results
under both runtimes?
Question: Will you try to build a Lua 5.4.4 level runtime?
Question: When looking at LuaJIT you have better performance across the
board. Do you expect to pick up that much more by JIT processing? Is
that hill going to be worth the climb.
Question: I must have missed it, what's the memory size of your run time
vs stock Lua?
Thanks for what turned out to be a happy Tuesday of reading!