Pyston speeds up Python
robi last edited by robi
Would be useful to use Pyston to not have to worry about too many Python versions and optimize running Python apps?
@staff Other Cloudron use cases?
Is this like virtualenv? Tbh, even after reading that article I don't understand what the tool does except it optimizes something...
@girish The way I interpreted this is Pyston is a higher performance interpreter for Python. Ideally it should be plug and play but I haven't looked that deep into it.
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@girish @atridad right, it's a drop in replacement that soaks up most version differences too.
MooCloud_Matt last edited by
it's not so easy, you need to compile all the C extensions modules that you are using. For example, are not compatible libraries because there's no way to easily compile them are tensorflow, pytorch.
But in generaly Yes is compatible with all the python code because it's a fork of its default interpreter/compiler CPython.