Bug#877418: dh-strip-nondeterminism: kills clojure performance

Rob Browning rlb at defaultvalue.org
Tue Oct 3 01:15:06 UTC 2017

Chris Lamb <lamby at debian.org> writes:

> Chris Lamb wrote:
>> > I noticed that Debian's clojure-1.8.0.jar had terrible performance as
>> > compared to both the upstream jar
>> Oh boy, this sounds fun!
> There's no obvious reason at this point why this performance regression is
> limited to Clojure, unless — hopefully — it's related to the .clj files?
> ie. this could be affecting the performance of all Java applications
> in Debian (!)

I wondered if Clojure might be trying to be clever there, and...


So maybe if you ensure the class files are newer than the .clj files?

Thanks for the help
Rob Browning
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