[erlang-questions] Some notes on making a random erlang program (egitd) faster
Sat Feb 26 15:16:50 CET 2011
I'm sorry, what I want to say is that there may be some error in
Andrew's current version.
On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 9:47 PM, Alain O'Dea <alain.odea@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hi Jay,
> egitd was created by Tom Preston-Werner (@mojombo) for GitHub. Andrew used
> it as a project example for performance tuning.
> Design considerations aside from performance weren't part of the primary
> goal of Andrew's experiment.
> You should fork Andrew's egitd and experiment with best practices
> refactoring and write a blog article ;)
> On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 2:17 AM, Jay True <glacjay@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Hello Andrew,
>> I'm trying your egitd and found that there are two calling of conf
>> module's function which should be egitd_conf instead.
>> On Sat, Feb 12, 2011 at 11:21 AM, Andrew Thompson <andrew@REDACTED>
>> > Just for something to do this week, I decided to pick a random erlang
>> > project that was a failure due to its speed and see if I could make it
>> > fast enough to compete. I picked egitd (the erlang git daemon that
>> > github wrote) because it was a fairly public failure. It took me ~4
>> > hours from first grabbing the code to get its performance very close to
>> > git-daemon. I also removed ~1500 LOC along the way.
>> > Here's the in-depth notes on what I did, as a series of blog articles:
>> > http://andrew.hijacked.us/by_keyword/328/egit
>> > Hopefully someone will find this useful and/or won't blame the failure
>> > of egitd on erlang.
>> > Andrew
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