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Assets precompilation benchmark
See https://github.com/pmahoney/assets_comp_perf
rails 3.2.9, hike 1.2.1, sprockets 2.2.2
* denotes best time
Ruby 1.9.3-p194
$ time bundle exec rake assets:clean assets:precompile
original hike-patch all-patch
42.325 37.600* 37.378
38.998 38.557 38.250
38.022* 37.799 37.126
38.202 37.974 37.459
38.960 37.754 36.970*
$ time bundle exec rake assets:precompile
original hike-patch all-patch
36.427* 37.506 36.078
37.303 36.241* 35.519
38.029 36.858 35.859
37.678 36.733 35.141*
37.097 37.033 35.856
JRuby 1.7.1
$ time jruby -G -Xlaunch.inproc=true -S rake assets:clean assets:precompile
original hike-patch all-patch
62.766* 64.230 56.140
65.148 64.390 55.848
64.317 64.083 55.555
63.633 66.214 55.307
67.281 63.516* 55.270*
$ time jruby -G -Xlaunch.inproc=true -S rake assets:precompile
original hike-patch all-patch
59.819* 60.313 53.250
61.390 60.454 54.351
60.377 63.207 52.943*
62.344 60.622 54.771
60.040 60.283* 53.624
hike-patch may be in the noise (or a slight negative effect)
for JRuby in this particular test case. It does seem to have
a small speedup for Ruby 1.9.3.
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