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RE: Fastest web framework

Andriy Kornatskyy
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David / Tarek,

I believe you and Tarek are pointing the same things. If we want to get that far, we need, first of all, itemize the functions list and find their correspondences in other frameworks... or provide some script of potential calls to framework internal and translate those call to be specific for each framework. In this case we can profile results, capture benchmarks (e.g. with `timeit`) and figure out something more meaningful... yet point framework developers to attention.

Does that sound like a thing you are trying to communicate?



> Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2012 05:48:48 -0400
> Subject: Re: Fastest web framework
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> to Andriy
> You can use a framework, however, the function from the framework has
> to be used, and the parameters utilized by the frameworks functions.
> It would seem that writing your own witin the main page, or using the
> original function in place from the framework would run a timeit
> better.
> I'll look later, but it seems correct in terms of enhancing the
> frameworks estimated(OS ops)time to completion.
> Andriy Kornatskyy
> 5:39 AM (5 minutes ago)
> to me
> David,
> This makes sense... and probably can pretend to be most accurate.
> Well, in a higher level language, such as Python, you have to remove
> layers in order to reduce interpreter completion time.
> So just the usage of a framework makes you utilize a function that has
> to be imported, accessed and run before the function completes using
> the parameters.
> It might be faster if you just used the function itself, or optimized it.
> --
> Best Regards,
> David Hutto
> CEO:

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