After my last post, I decided to benchmark the scaling properties of Stackless, Kamaelia, Fibra using the same hackysack algorithm.
Left axis is milliseconds.
Bottom axis is number of tasks * 100.
Green line is Kamaelia.
Blue line is Fibra.
Red Line is Stackless.
These are the results, using Python 2.6.1 to run Fibra and Kamaelia, and Stackless 2.6.1 to run the Stackless test:
These are the results when using Stackless 2.6.1 to run all the tests:
It's quite interesting to see that Fibra copes with 600000 tasks better than 500000 tasks in both sets of results. Strange.
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