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Re^2: Optimizing a large project.

by dextius (Monk)
on Jun 12, 2008 at 17:57 UTC ( #691743=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Optimizing a large project.
in thread Optimizing a large project.

Awesome, thanks for your input... /me breaks open copy of "Extending and Embedding Perl"..

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Re^3: Optimizing a large project.
by TGI (Parson) on Jun 12, 2008 at 18:32 UTC

    I'm no XS or Inline::C guru. Take the following comments with a grain (or more) of salt.

    I've used Inline::C a few times and it is pretty slick for quickly hacking together a bit of C code and Perl. Couldn't be any easier.

    I understand that I::C autogenerates XS code behind the scenes. I have seen multiple recommendations here that a good way to get up and running with XS is to use I::C to generate a basic chunk of XS and then switch to pure XS for production use.

    I've never needed to take this final step with my I::C hackery, but based on other reports it's worth investigating.

    Some other tools are mentioned in this thread.


    TGI says moo

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