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kommen07:10:35

@mfikes cool. any updates on performance improvements in the recenty graaljs releases?

mkvlr12:10:46

@kommen seems to be quite a bit faster https://nextjournal.com/mk/cljs-benchmarks

mfikes12:10:34

I'm cobbling together some revised graphs. But the TL;DR is that things are pretty much on par with the other leading JavaScript VMs.

mkvlr12:10:11

do you have this scripted somewhere?

mkvlr12:10:28

yes, that’s what I did in this article: https://nextjournal.com/mk/cljs-benchmarks

mkvlr12:10:36

I mean getting from the logs to the graphs

mkvlr12:10:57

i get quite a variance in the logs, did you select the lowest time?

mfikes12:10:02

No. I produce those manually using Numbers.

mkvlr12:10:30

alright thanks

mfikes12:10:41

I just let things run for a while and take the last average

mkvlr12:10:59

that’s the last number, right?

mfikes12:10:08

Rightmost number

mkvlr12:10:57

yes, that’s more exact. I see that increasing from 3609 to 5100 after being warmed up…

mkvlr13:10:09

where as v8 is ~1200. Strange, maybe I’ll try with js --jvm

mkvlr13:10:12

oh, yeah, that’s a lot faster

dnolen14:10:54

that’s impressive

mfikes21:10:42

@dnolen For the accepted tickets you sent back to me, did you want them applied, or did you want me to wait until after the next release?