[Bioperl-l] Call to users/developers -- user cases that bring Bioperl to its knees
avilella at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 11:06:21 EST 2009
I've discovered the profiling wonders of "perl -d:NYTProf -S" and I
would like to play with it and Bioperl.
Can interested users/developers provide a URL with a dataset that
brings bioperl to its knees in
terms of CPU usage for say, about 1h?
Preferably no net access, no calling external programs or other
complications, just data churning within Bioperl.
And the data must be public, of course.
The idea would be to try to identify optimizations in the code that
could benefit us all,
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