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Author pitrou
Recipients fdrake, pfalcon, pitrou, vstinner, yselivanov
Date 2014-02-03.00:12:58
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> If pystone uses a different clock in Python 3.4, you may not be able 
> to compare compare results with older Python versions.

This sounds a bit silly. Typical pystone runs last a couple seconds at most, there won't be a significant clock drift in such a short amount of time.

Besides, if time.clock() is deprecated, pystone will *have* to be modified one day, anyway.
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