cfbolz changed the topic of #pypy to: #pypy PyPy, the flexible snake | IRC logs: and | the pypy angle is to shrug and copy the implementation of CPython as closely as possible, and staying out of design decisions
<fijal> sthalik: yes, but there are some interesting and complex performance costs
<fijal> like, if you did not compile some branches, they'll never compile and pay a price of getting back and forth to interpreter
<fijal> that said, I often recommend it, it's import pypyjit; pypyjit.set_param("off") I believe
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<vstinner> hi. on GitHub Actions, how can I test an old PyPy version? i'm using "setup-python" action which seems to only support PyPy >= 7.3 and I'm interested to test older versions
<vstinner> says: PyPy < 7.3.3 are not available to install on-flight.
<vstinner> i tried "pypy-3.6-v7.2.0" and setup-python fails with: PyPy version 3.6 (v7.2.0) was not found in the local cache. Stable PyPy version 3.6 (v7.2.0) with arch x64 not found.
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<mattip_> If reading the documentation did not help, please open an issue with a complete reproducer
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