PyPy 4.0 Released For Speedy Python
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 29 October 2015 at 09:18 AM EDT. 7 Comments
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PyPy 4.0.0 was released today as a major update for this Python 2.7 interpreter and JIT compiler.

The PyPy 4.0 release brings SIMD vectorization support for x86 users, improved warmup time and reduced memory usage, Numpy improvements, and a variety of other performance improvements. PyPy 4.0 also has a number of bug-fixes over its earlier PyPy 2.6.1 release.

More details on PyPy 4.0 can be found via this PyPy blog post.
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