[mono-vb] Mono 2.6.3 and performance

nickntg nickntg at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 21 03:44:48 EDT 2010

> Have in mind that reporting errors back to us (either via 
> bugzilla.novell.com or in this mailing list) is the best way to get these 
> issues fixed eventually :) 
You're right, I will do that.

> It's not really to be expected, but these things do happen. I think you
> have
> hit something that for some reason is faster in mono (maybe our
> implementation of some of the base class libraries you use have been more
> optimized, or you hit something in the jit we happen to generate better
> code
> for). It's hard to say without knowing exactly what is running faster in
> your application. 
> And your sanity should be checked by tests confirming that mono gives the
> same output as on windows :) If that is the case, you should have nothing
> to
> worry about. If not, please file bugs and we'll fix them. 
I didn't even try the stress tests until after the unit tests were
successfully executed under mono and I was satisfied that everything was
running smoothly. From what you're saying, I guess I'll just chalk this up
as a significant mono improvement/optimization over some part of .Net and
not worry about it.

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