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From:
Father Chrysostomos
Date:
November 29, 2014 02:17
Subject:
Re: some tests are slower than others
Message ID:
20141129021657.23713.qmail@lists-nntp.develooper.com
Jarkko Hietaniemi wrote:
> core porting/regen.t 7 862.8 565.3 0.655
> core re/fold_grind.t 8 644.4 431.8 0.670
> core re/uniprops.t 7 391.7 431.6 1.102
> core porting/podcheck.t 8 365.2 177.8 0.487
> core lib/Unicode/UCD.t 7 254.5 116.9 0.459
> ext ext/XS-APItest/t/handy.t 8 241.0 116.8 0.485
> core lib/charnames.t 8 203.5 64.4 0.316

Grrr.  Anything to do with stress-testing Unicode....  (regen and
podcheck are slow for other reasons hard to solve.)

> cpan cpan/Memoize/t/expmod_t.t 8 186.3 184.2 0.989

'Not our business.'  (Unless you send a patch upstream.)

> core re/pat_psycho.t 8 165.5 71.8 0.434

The name says it all.

> core lib/Benchmark.t 8 158.8 156.9 0.988

What do you expect?

> core lib/perl5db.t 8 155.5 19.4 0.124

That would be a nice one to fix, but not easy.  It does a lot of
fresh_perling.

> dist dist/IO/t/io_sock.t 8 148.0 145.9 0.985

No idea.  But anything socket-related is out of my league.  (Are the
tests blocking on purpose to test timeouts?)

> core uni/variables.t 8 147.8 127.5 0.862

Another Unicode stress-test?

> core lib/locale.t 6 147.8 142.3 0.963

No idea.

> core lib/warnings.t 6 146.3 42.6 0.291

Can't do much about that.

> core lib/B/Deparse-core.t 8 135.0 68.2 0.505

I think that test tests way too much.

> ext ext/B/t/concise-xs.t 8 130.9 56.3 0.430

Dunno.


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