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Oils 0.18.0 Quality
This is a supplement to the main release page.
Primary Test Suites
- Parser. How fast does OSH
parse compared to other shells?
- Runtime. How fast does OSH run shell
- Compute. How fast does OSH run small programs
- Build. How long does it take for end users to
build Oils? How big is the resulting binary?
- Virtual Memory Baseline. How much memory do
shells use at startup?
- mycpp. Compares Python and generated C++
on small examples.
- Memory Management Overhead. How much time do we spend managing memory,
compared with the shell interpreter?
- uftrace. Stable measurements for parsing and
- Lines of source, counted in different ways:
- overview. The whole Oils
repo, organized by type of source file.
- for-translation. An
overview of the "compiler engineer" project.
- osh-cloc. OSH and common
libraries, as measured by the cloc tool.
- Generated C++ code
These files may help you understand how Oils is implemented, i.e. with
domain-specific languages and code generation.
Also see the oilshell/oil repository.
These links describe the CPython / "OVM" build, which should become
the "experimental" version of Oils.
OPy / OVM Metrics
- Lines of dependencies:
- pydeps. Oils code plus the Python
- nativedeps. Oils code plus a
slice of CPython.
- Bytecode Metrics
- OVM / CPython
- overview - An analysis of GCC's
compilation of OVM (a subset of CPython). Bloaty provides the
- cpython-defs/overview - We try to
ship as little of CPython as possible, and this is what's left.
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