mike.emmel at gmail.com
Fri May 26 17:43:59 PDT 2006
Just so my reply is not lost.
Yep your right and as I said in my other post I proved myself wrong :)
On 5/26/06, David Hyatt <hyatt at apple.com> wrote:
> On May 26, 2006, at 2:08 PM, Mike Emmel wrote:
> > Finally found some benchmarks form what I can tell Firefox is
> > significantly faster on scripts
> > then Safari
> > http://www.howtocreate.co.uk/browserSpeed.html#testresults
> On the test you linked I see Safari 2.0 getting 27 seconds compared
> to Firefox 1.5's 40 seconds on the script speed test. That's even
> just Safari 2.0.... TOT is much faster than 2.0. Your definition of
> "fast" doesn't seem to match up with mine. :)
> faster than Safari?
> > Again please prove that KJS is faster then SpiderMonkey everything I
> > finds shows not only is this not true but it is significantly slower.
> Everything you find where? You've linked to a benchmark that shows
> > I see no reason that the proposal to integrate SpiderMonkey slim it
> > down and do a little performance tunning is not valid and resonable
> > approach. I see no reason to start from scratch on a new interpeter.
> Who is starting from scratch? Our interpreter has been around for
> > Finally I think this benchmark should be run agianst webkit/IE/Firefox
> > and the results should be on the website it would be helpful. It took
> > me a while to find a page with a reasonable set of results.
> Results that you seem to have misread.... maybe you should keep digging.
> (hyatt at apple.com)
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