Peter Graves wrote:
> Getting ready for ABCL 0.0.10, I've done a bit of testing with Java 1.6
> for the first time since it was officially released, and the results
> aren't pretty.
> Running ansi-tests with rt::*compile-tests* nil (meaning the tests
> themselves are not compiled by ABCL's compiler before they are run),
> Java 1.6 is around three times slower than Java 1.5.
> When rt::*compile-tests* is T, Java 1.6 is around 20 times slower than
> Java 1.5.
Depends on your Java 6 implementation, now don't it?
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