Pyston 0.4 Released With Even Better Performance
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 3 November 2015 at 02:30 PM EST. 4 Comments
PROGRAMMING --
The Dropbox developers working on Pyston today announced the latest version of their high-performance Python JIT implementation.

Pyston 0.4 is reportedly 25% faster than CPython for Dropbox's benchmark suite. Besides offering more performance improvements, there is also greater Python language compatibility, Unicode support, improved C API support, and more. While Pyston is running ahead of CPython, the developers acknowledge they're about 25% slower than PyPy.

More details about Pyston 0.4 via the Pyston.org blog.
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