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Re: python again (was: Bug#225999: ITP: debsync -- installed packages synchronization tool)

On Thu, 8 Jan 2004 12:30, Lars Wirzenius <liw@liw.iki.fi> wrote:
> I have. When I benchmarked my mailing list manager (with up to a million
> mails), using a pre-compiled byte code file did have a small but
> significant impact. Probably not important for most people, though.

What is "small but significant"?  1%?  5%?  25%?

Was it just an improvement on CPU usage or an overall improvement?  Was it an 
improvement on CPU usage of an otherwise disk-bound program (IE just 
something that makes it play nice in a multi-user environment)?

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