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On 20.01.2016 09:37, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
> Let me add that downstream distributors already customize compilation options (Ubuntu's Python is compiled with both PGO and LTO enabled, AFAIR), so this change may only really affect the tiny subset of non-Windows users that compile Python themselves.

Are the Windows installers on python.org compiled with PGO and
LTO enabled ?

If not, then the patch would also effect the not-so-tiny fraction
of Python users on Windows ;-)

BTW: It may make sense to start collecting the various performance
related optional patches to Python 2.7 on a wiki page for interested
parties to use.
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