Pyston 0.6 Drops Memory Usage, Better NumPy Performance
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 22 November 2016 at 03:53 PM EST. 2 Comments
PROGRAMMING --
For those interested in greater Python performance, the Dropbox team responsible for the Pyston project that's interpreting Python using JIT techniques with LLVM, has announced a new release.

Today's Pyston 0.6 release features memory usage reductions, compatibility fixes with CPython, greater NumPy performance, and other improvements particularly around performance.

More details on the Pyston 0.6 release can be found via the blog at Pyston.org.
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