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Author pitrou
Recipients Devin Jeanpierre, akitada, akoumjian, alex, amaury.forgeotdarc, belopolsky, davide.rizzo, eric.snow, ezio.melotti, georg.brandl, giampaolo.rodola, gregory.p.smith, jacques, jaylogan, jhalcrow, jimjjewett, loewis, mark, mattchaput, moreati, mrabarnett, ncoghlan, nneonneo, pitrou, r.david.murray, ronnix, rsc, sjmachin, steven.daprano, stiv, timehorse, vbr, zdwiel
Date 2012-01-29.17:21:19
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> It'd be nice if we had some sort of representative benchmark for
> real-world uses of Python regexps. The JS guys have all pitched in to
> create such a thing for uses of regexps on thew web. I don't know of
> any such thing for Python.

See, there are regex benchmarks there.

> I agree that a Python implementation wouldn't be useful for some
> cases. On the other hand, I believe it would be fine (or at least
> tolerable) for some others. I don't know the ratio between the two.

I think the ratio would be something like 2% tolerable :)

As I said to Ezio and Georg, I think adding the regex module needs a
PEP, even if it ends up non-controversial.
Date User Action Args
2012-01-29 17:21:19pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, loewis, georg.brandl, gregory.p.smith, jimjjewett, sjmachin, amaury.forgeotdarc, ncoghlan, belopolsky, nneonneo, giampaolo.rodola, rsc, timehorse, mark, vbr, Devin Jeanpierre, ezio.melotti, mrabarnett, jaylogan, akitada, moreati, steven.daprano, alex, r.david.murray, jacques, zdwiel, jhalcrow, stiv, davide.rizzo, mattchaput, ronnix, eric.snow, akoumjian
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