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"Gabriel Emerson" <egabriel / io.com> writes:

> I used 1.0.2 of Amrita.  Maybe sometime in the future I will revisit all
> of these with newer versions.
> 
> > What version of Amrita did you use?  The alpha for 2.0 (1.8.0) released
> > just a day or so ago includes a C extension-- I'd be interested to see
> > how that fares.
> > 
> > http://www.brain-tokyo.jp/research/amrita/amrita-1.8.0.tar.gz
> > 
> > // Bruce

Gabriel,

Since the new version of Amrita is quite different than the version
you tested, would you please make that remark in your page? Like,
update this sentence 

"Amrita is really quite a powerful system. Unfortunately, it didn't
perform well at all on my tests."  

with 

"Amrita is really quite a powerful system. Unfortunately, it didn't
perform well at all on my tests. However, at this time, there is an
experimental version of Amrita which uses C extension to increase its
performance. Further testing will be conducted when that version is no
longer experimental."

The purpose is not to discourage people who are looking at your page
from trying out Amrita. Also, would you please date the page, so that
future (+1 year) visitors may know that the result is no longer
necessarily valid anymore.

YS.
aka gnome.
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