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Author pitrou
Recipients daniel.urban, lukasz.langa, ncoghlan, pitrou
Date 2013-05-25.16:24:03
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> 1. Some of the cached entries may never be accessed again, so
> recalculating them will be a waste
> 2. The object graph may change again before they're next accessed, so
> recalculating any entries at all will be waste

Yup, hence the "cost/benefit compromise" ;-)

My assumption here was that ABC registrations change quite infrequently
compared to the invocations of generic functions, so transferring most
of the cost to registration-time (rather than invocation-time) would be
a benefit.
Date User Action Args
2013-05-25 16:24:03pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, ncoghlan, daniel.urban, lukasz.langa
2013-05-25 16:24:03pitroulinkissue16832 messages
2013-05-25 16:24:03pitroucreate