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Issue 15550: Trailing white spaces
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--- a/Tools/pybench/README Sat Aug 04 16:17:10 2012 +0200
+++ b/Tools/pybench/README Sat Aug 04 22:46:03 2012 +0300
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
________________________________________________________________________
Extendable suite of of low-level benchmarks for measuring
- the performance of the Python implementation
+ the performance of the Python implementation
(interpreter, compiler or VM).
pybench is a collection of tests that provides a standardized way to
@@ -34,11 +34,11 @@
It is usually a good idea to run pybench.py multiple times to see
whether the environment, timers and benchmark run-times are suitable
-for doing benchmark tests.
+for doing benchmark tests.
You can use the comparison feature of pybench.py ('pybench.py -c
<file>') to check how well the system behaves in comparison to a
-reference run.
+reference run.
If the differences are well below 10% for each test, then you have a
system that is good for doing benchmark testings. Of you get random
@@ -232,7 +232,7 @@
# for comparisons of benchmark runs - tests with unequal version
# number will not get compared.
version = 1.0
-
+
# The number of abstract operations done in each round of the
# test. An operation is the basic unit of what you want to
# measure. The benchmark will output the amount of run-time per
@@ -264,7 +264,7 @@
# Repeat the operations per round to raise the run-time
# per operation significantly above the noise level of the
- # for-loop overhead.
+ # for-loop overhead.
# Execute 20 operations (a += 1):
a += 1
@@ -358,8 +358,8 @@
- changed the output format a bit to make it look
nicer
- refactored the APIs somewhat
- 1.3+: Steve Holden added the NewInstances test and the filtering
- option during the NeedForSpeed sprint; this also triggered a long
+ 1.3+: Steve Holden added the NewInstances test and the filtering
+ option during the NeedForSpeed sprint; this also triggered a long
discussion on how to improve benchmark timing and finally
resulted in the release of 2.0
1.3: initial checkin into the Python SVN repository
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