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Author vstinner
Recipients benjamin.peterson, methane, serhiy.storchaka, vstinner
Date 2018-07-12.08:41:22
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> So startup must not be slower than 4%.

I know. But Python does more than compile()+dumps() at the first run. I'm curious if it is feasible to measure this cost. But it may be hard to get reliable benchmarks, since I expect that the difference will be very small, and I know very well that measuring Python startup is hard since it depends a lot of on the filesystem which is hard to measure.
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