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yield(-> frame will be registered inside the
s_interpreterMap). But after the
yieldreturns to the calling function we will never call the generator again. But it will still stay in memory because it's still registered in the
yieldnever returned. That's how I suppose it can happen.
ASTInterpreter::executeis going to be a little more of a hack :/
__module__I think. Will check when I get to laptop again
_elementtree(c implementation of the elementtree API)? It complies and looks like its working but I'm not sure if it's faster than the python implementation. (For the babel build step it looks to be slightly faster) But if we improve our python perf we may become faster than the c implementation?
charBoxedStrings, and it resulted in a big slow down
#ifdefed out everything but the function doing the caching itself, and still, 2% slowdown