[Newbies] Smalltalk benchmarks for Composite systems?
hannes.hirzel at gmail.com
Thu Sep 26 08:32:17 UTC 2019
As you did not find a good benchmark I suggest that you design a suite
of benchmarks for your own purpose. Use as target the field of
Contains many algorithms for different languages.
http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Tree_traversal (unfortunaltely Smalltalk
version not implemented yet)
But there are over 200 tasks done in Smalltalk
P.S. Also note that the SistaV1 VM will offer a substantial
improvement in performance https://wiki.squeak.org/squeak/676
On 9/25/19, Thiede, Christoph
<Christoph.Thiede at student.hpi.uni-potsdam.de> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Two years ago, I started a project for a Parser library - unfortunately, at
> this time, I was not aware of the marvels of Squeak, so I wrote it in C#.
> Now I've resumed that project and feel the classical, un-live development
> process more cumbersome than ever. I would love to migrate my project to
> Smalltalk, but I'm worrying how much slower it will be compared to C#, as I
> am doing some quite CPU-intensive computations (that take even C# several
> seconds for small instances).
> So I'm searching for some meaningful benchmarks to get an idea of the speed
> losses to expect. The main computations affect composite traversal, deep
> copying, etc., so I think the workload should mainly address
> message-sending. I did not found really good benchmarks searching for
> "(squeak | smalltalk) vs (c# | java) benchmark" (assuming that C# and Java
> play in about the same league). Can someone give me a few pointers? In
> short, under what circumstances would you recommend me to port a
> computation-intensive library to Smalltalk?
> Thanks in advance!
> Best regards,
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