Update: I added the four benchmarks from the mruby repository and changed
the sample output in the README

General question: is it a goal for mruby to be faster than cruby?

On Sun, Apr 2, 2017 at 10:39 AM, Ryan Cook <cookrn / gmail.com> wrote:

> https://github.com/cookrn/mruby-bench-tool
>
> This repo provides a really simple framework for writing Ruby scripts and
> executing them against both cruby and mruby. It doesn't make any
> assumptions about which rubies you have installed and expects a "ruby" to
> be in your PATH and an mruby source install to be symlinked to the working
> directory.
>
> The mruby execution uses the strategy of compiling a standalone C
> executable containing mruby bytecode.
>
> The goal wasn't to say anything authoritatively but instead give a way to
> test out both. The provided scripts are a bit contrived and I'd love to
> accept contributions of some that push the VMs a bit harder :D
>
> Happy Sunday,
>
> Ryan
>
> --
> Ryan Cook
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