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Re: Interpreting statprof

From: Dmitry Bogatov
Subject: Re: Interpreting statprof
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2013 22:39:35 +0400
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Andy Wingo <address@hidden> writes:
>> Today I tried to statprof my toy application, that uses htmlprag
>> since it is too slow (4 sec on one page) vs 0.5 with Python.
>> Statprof says, that most of time takes `eval` function, but I checked
>> htmlprag source --- it does not use eval. So question is where is it
>> called and what can I do to speedup my application?
>> time   seconds     seconds      name
>>  56.48      4.22      2.38  eval
>>  11.82      0.50      0.50  memoized-expression-data
> Probably this means that your program is being interpreted, rather than
> compiled.  Or something is being interpreted, anyway.  Check that you
> have auto-compilation on.
Thanks! It reduced time from 4 sec to 0.4.

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