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@@ -5,8 +5,11 @@ libraries of the functions when they were called. I tested this out, because I assumed that the result would be an increase of speed, but it turned out that the answer was quite the contrary. -Using the master branch (757d256), running `cpt l` takes 33 seconds. -Using this branch, it takes 37 seconds. +I have compared the speed by running `cpt l` 2000 times on my system which has +429 packages: + +- Using the master branch (757d256), it takes 33 seconds. +- Using this branch, it takes 37 seconds. Even though, this currently slows the operation, I would love to revisit this branch someday if I come up with a better idea for lazyloading functions. At the |