On Sat, Sep 25, 2010 at 11:24:26PM +0200, Arnold Krille wrote:
That seems like a great way to develop applications.
I mention perl's profiler, because in developing Nama,
it was quite convenient.
I developed functions naively, without caching
provisions. When I noticed it was running slow for
hundreds of tracks, Devel::NYTProf showed me
exactly how many subroutine calls were taking
how much time.
Porting time-critical functions to c/C++ hasn't been
much issue for me, since I already use a speed
optimized engine for audio processing (Ecasound :-)
> And because python afaik still
What, no native threads. Mock horror!
> Have fun,
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