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2.0 final: first impressions
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: 2.0 final: first impressions
- From: email@example.com (Richard D Ferrante)
- Date: Fri, 31 Jul 92 23:37:01 -0400
Documentation strings work
Inspector Central is great, especially the logical hosts feature
Less Nice features
It seems slower than 2.0b1p3 particularly in my application which
loops over a 2-d array containing 3600 objects while doing a lot of
floating point and inter-object generic function calls.
This is with egc off and no use of short floats, both of which seem to
make things run even slower (running "time" on the outer loop).
The above is on a IIci with cache card running 7.0.1* with 10,072k
allocated to Lisp (egc-mmu-support-available-p) returns t.
Have I missed something?