2011/5/10 Sébastien Deleuze <firstname.lastname@example.org>
If Jython make 4 tries, including parent loader (I don't care, in 99%
of uses cases all is in the same JAR = the same classloader), I think
it may take a lot of time.
May be not because it is time spent at locating files while, I believe, loading the real file is taking much more time. I guess JVM languages are having a lot of initialization code.