----- Original Message -----
From: Michael Haggerty
Date: 11/25/2012 3:44 AM
FWIW, on Windows 7 running on a Core i7 1.6GHz quad core processor, a
cold run of "python -c pass" after a reboot results in 0.74 seconds.
The second run takes 0.13 seconds.
* Startup time: Is the time to start the "X" interpreter prohibitive?
(On my computer, "python -c pass", which starts the Python
interpreter and does nothing, takes about 24ms.) This overhead would
be incurred by every command that is not pure C.
Because Lua was mentioned in another message of this thread, I'll
provide the following:
* A cold run of 'lua5.1 -e ""' takes 0.4 seconds. The second run takes
* A cold run of LuaJIT takes the same.
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