> On Nov 18, 2016, at 5:53 PM, Luca Sbardella <luca.sbarde...@gmail.com> wrote:
> But tests taking 1.48 longer to run on average!
> Anything I should know about 3.6 and performance?

That shouldn’t happen.  Are you sure you aren’t running them in debug mode?  
Try to comment out imports of ‘_asyncio’ in futures.py and tasks.py and run 
benchmarks in 3.6 to compare Py Futures to C Futures.

Also, which Python 3.6 version are you using?  Please try to build one from the 
repo, I’ve fixed a couple of bugs since 3.6b2.


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