General

Profile

vmakarov (Vladimir Makarov)

  • Registered on: 03/02/2016
  • Last connection: 04/09/2017

Issues

Activity

04/12/2017

02:17 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12589: VM performance improvement proposal
normalperson (Eric Wong) wrote:
>
> One optimization I'd like to add while remaining 100% compatible
> with ex...

04/09/2017

03:17 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12589: VM performance improvement proposal
normalperson (Eric Wong) wrote:
> vmakarov@redhat.com wrote:
> > https://github.com/vnmakarov/ruby/compare/rtl_mji...

03/31/2017

07:14 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12589: VM performance improvement proposal
magaudet (Matthew Gaudet) wrote:
> > You can not implement JIT without consuming additional memory. May be
> >...

03/30/2017

03:12 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12589: VM performance improvement proposal
Sorry, Matthew. I can not find your message on
https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/12589. So I am sending this mes...

03/29/2017

05:06 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12589: VM performance improvement proposal
subtileos (Daniel Ferreira) wrote:
> Hi Vladimir,
>
>
> On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 4:26 AM, <vmakarov@redhat.c...

03/28/2017

03:26 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12589: VM performance improvement proposal
I think I've reached a state of the project to make its current
code public. Most of the infrastructure for RTL i...

12/09/2016

07:14 PM Ruby trunk Bug #13019: Fix st_hash* functions
Yura Sokolov wrote:
> Previous implementation had an issues:
> - macros murmur1 assumes murmur_step takes rotation ...
06:48 PM Ruby trunk Feature #13017: Switch SipHash from SipHash24 to SipHash13
Since we removed recently the code switching weak/strong hashes, the speed of the strong hash (siphash24) became impo...

12/05/2016

04:44 PM Ruby trunk Bug #13002: Hash calculations no longer using universal hashing
Martin Dürst wrote:
>
> I think it may still be somewhat too early to completely give up on the
> strong/weak dis...

12/04/2016

11:04 PM Ruby trunk Bug #13002: Hash calculations no longer using universal hashing
Vladimir Makarov wrote:
> Although strong/weak hash approach gave about 5-6% improvement out of 45% on Ruby hash t...

Also available in: Atom