For example, Larry Wall declaring speed to be the #1 blocker of adoption in November.

A lot of people have declared a lot of things over the lifetime of the project. Most of them haven't happened. I will believe them when I see them.

... if NQP gets faster, Rakudo Perl 6 gets faster.

That's nonsense. Features aren't free. Parrot has at various times beaten a lot of languages and implementations on various microbenchmarks, and Rakudo and even NQP didn't.


In reply to Re^3: Perl 6 is going to get a lot faster in 2013 by chromatic
in thread Perl 6 is going to get a lot faster in 2013 by raiph

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