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My apologies. I guess my underlying assumption was that if you didn't have them installed, you wouldn't actually care. :-)
~/mp3tools 12:46:27% perl Perlcast_Interview_001_brian_foy +.mp3 Benchmark: timing 10000 iterations of autotag, info, manualtag... autotag: 269 wallclock secs (66.60 usr 70.78 sys + 8.18 cusr 56.58 + csys = 202.14 CPU) @ 72.79/s (n=10000) info: 12 wallclock secs ( 8.44 usr + 1.06 sys = 9.50 CPU) @ 10 +52.63/s (n=10000) manualtag: 202 wallclock secs (25.07 usr 65.54 sys + 8.18 cusr 56.49 + csys = 155.28 CPU) @ 110.36/s (n=10000)

In reply to Re^2: Benchmarking MP3::Tag vs. MP3::Info by dha
in thread Benchmarking MP3::Tag vs. MP3::Info by dha

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