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Cinder

Instagram's performance oriented fork of CPython
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What is Cinder?

It is Instagram's internal performance-oriented production version of CPython 3.8. It contains a number of performance optimizations, including bytecode inline caching, eager evaluation of coroutines, a method-at-a-time JIT, and an experimental bytecode compiler that uses type annotations to emit type-specialized bytecode that performs better in the JIT.
Cinder is a tool in the Languages category of a tech stack.
Cinder is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Cinder's open source repository on GitHub

Cinder Integrations

Cinder's Features

  • Shadowcode
  • Eager coroutine evaluation

Cinder Alternatives & Comparisons

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