khaines / enigo.com wrote:
> On Sat, 15 Jul 2006, Jamal Mazrui wrote:
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>> Hi Justin,
>> I am glad that Ruby 2 is being worked on, which will bring speed and
>> other improvements.  What prompted my original statement on this issue
>> was a message that simply told someone to use C when the question was
>> asked about ways to speed up Ruby programs.  I think a more constructive
>> response to such questions begins by acknowledging this current problem
>> in Ruby, partly to reassure him or her that the problem is not just a
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> You insist that this is a "problem".
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> But you neither qualify or quantify the problem.  Why is current Ruby 
> performance a problem, and at what level of performance does it cease 
> to be a problem?
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> Kirk Haines
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The Goal of all programs and languages is to execute in O(0) Time ;-)