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Paul Dragoonis
's experimental JIT branch is currently 54% faster than PHP7.1. We are in for another huge performance jump in our next major release :)
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Phil Sturgeon 🚴🏻‍♂️🌍🔥 8 Dec 16
Replying to @dr4goonis
is that the same benchmark that was accused of being cooked up last time or something else? 🤔
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Paul Dragoonis 8 Dec 16
Replying to @philsturgeon
dont know what thing you're referring to ?
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Rob Colburn 8 Dec 16
Replying to @dr4goonis
how's the head2head w/ Hack JIT?
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Paul Dragoonis 9 Dec 16
Replying to @robcolburn
don't know yet. However something to think about is: PHP7.0 was head to head with Hack (with a JIT) so PHP w/ JIT = faster :)
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Rocky Horror Open Source Show 8 Dec 16
Replying to @dr4goonis
. *synthetic tests*. Can you link the branch? Would love to run real apps against it
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Paul Dragoonis 8 Dec 16
Replying to @Ocramius
.. branch: "jit-dynasm"
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Benjamin Eberlei 8 Dec 16
Replying to @dr4goonis @Stof70
bench.php or Real world? Source?
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Paul Dragoonis 8 Dec 16
Replying to @beberlei @Stof70
bench.php
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Jordan Pittman 8 Dec 16
this is amazing
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Graham Campbell 8 Dec 16
Cool stuff, yes. Note that this is only an artificial benchmark. Also, who knows what the memory usage is like. :P
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