:Matt Dillon wrote:
:>     It is not implying that at all.  There is no black and white here.
:>     This is a case where spending a huge amount of time and complexity
:>     to get the efficiency down to the Nth degree is nothing but a waste
:>     of time.  What matters is what the user sees, what performance
:>     the application gets, and how many bugs you introduce when optimizing
:>     something that might not need optimizing.
:       Sooo..... sounds like making "on" the default in -current is a worthy

    Testing it 'on' in stable on production systems and observing the
    relative change in performance is a worthy experiment.  Testing it
    'on' in current is just an experiment.


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