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> Isn't 800 lines of C code too high price for speeding up ABCs creation?

I think it's well worth it. This has long felt as a sore point to me.

On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 10:27 AM, Ivan Levkivskyi <report@bugs.python.org>
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> Ivan Levkivskyi <levkivskyi@gmail.com> added the comment:
>
> > Isn't 800 lines of C code too high price for speeding up ABCs creation?
>
> 800 lines of C code is not something hard to notice, so I suppose the
> answer is obvious for all people involved in the work on PR :-)
>
> > ...this can save just several milliseconds at start-up.
>
> The correct way to measure this is relative, not absolute. There are just
> few ABCs used by modules loaded at Python start-up, and it already allowed
> to save 10% of start-up time. My expectation is that the number will be
> similar for a typical Python app. Moreover, `isinstance` and `issubclass`
> (functions called often with ABCs) will be 1.5x faster.
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