PPC64 improvement

Hi everyone!

I’m Leonardo Bianconi from Eldorado (Brazil).
I’m using Ruby in ppc64 machines and I’ve found an improvement for this
platform. Running the Computer Language Benchmarks Game, I got 7.5% time
reduction in total. Some individual benchmarks, like “binnarytrees” were
improved in more than 14%.
This is my change for the improvement:
https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/9997.

This is my first contact with the community, so let me know if I’m
missing something.

Best regards,
Leornardo Bianconi

On Tue, Jul 8, 2014 at 7:17 AM, Leonardo Bianconi
[email protected] wrote:

Hi everyone!

I’m Leonardo Bianconi from Eldorado (Brazil).
I’m using Ruby in ppc64 machines and I’ve found an improvement for this
platform. Running the Computer Language Benchmarks Game, I got 7.5% time reduction
in total. Some individual benchmarks, like “binnarytrees” were improved in more
than 14%.
This is my change for the improvement: https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/9997.

This is my first contact with the community, so let me know if I’m missing
something.

Best regards,
Leornardo Bianconi

So the legend of Eldorado is true :wink:

Wow, that’s a pretty cool result. I was wondering, though, why the
benchmark PDF says JRuby instead of Ruby.

Would be very nice if the legend was true =)

It says JRuby because the computer language benchmark games has the
files with the extension “.jruby” and I didn’t changed it. As it uses
the extension to create the report, it says JRuby for the language. The
scripts are the same for JRuby and Ruby, so don’t worry, they were
executed in ruby, since the “.ini” file was configured for that.

Well, well… my bad!
Link was already posted!!!

Hi Leonardo,

I see you’ve managed to open an issue.

Posting the link so others interested in it could join together.

https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/9997

(you were close to create the 10.000th issue !!!)

Abinoam Jr.

On Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 3:34 PM, Leonardo Bianconi

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