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Revision as of 13:08, 22 January 2019

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This article shall collect best practices for coding in Nasal based on regular performance tests.

Motivation

Over the years many things have been improved so some old findings regarding performance are not true anymore. Regular benchmarking and updating should help the FlightGear community to have a clear picture of which code constructs perform well. Sometimes performance and "good" coding style (e.g. readability, re-usability, maintainability) might be in conflict.

Benchmark add-on

The benchmark add-on will be published here. It is basically a collection of nasal snippets to be tested.

Performance analysis

2019-01

to be written

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References

Regression tests

Articles

See also

Discussions

References