kdex at kdex.de
Thu Jun 22 00:20:16 UTC 2017
I don't think that this is a well-defined question. Is "load time" equivalent
to "parse time"? Is it "compile time"? Is it both? Is it something else? Are
we talking about engines that don't generate native code and thus maybe
First of all, ECMAScript requires an environment, which may or may not be a
browser. So it might not necessarily make sense to assume "web pages" or
browsers in the first place.
Aside from that, a great deal of "load time" (?) will likely consist of the
time needed to parse the source code. Anything else is mostly implementation-
specific and thus varies from engine to engine.
Could you state your question more precisely, please?
On Thursday, June 22, 2017 1:59:05 AM CEST kai zhu wrote:
> and should future proposals take load-time performance into account?
> hi, i’m a new subscriber, and apologies if this seems like a newbie
> a bit of trivia - i remember long ago (maybe 2010?) a website called “great
> computer language shootout” or something had d8 consistently having the
> fastest load-time of all interpreted languages benchmarked. i recent
> google-search led me to maybe the same website
> (http://benchmarksgame.alioth.debian.org), but i can no longer find
> load-time stats.
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