Created by Michael Hudson-Doyle on 2010-03-15 and last modified on 2010-03-15
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13613. By mwh on 2006-12-06

change some "if isinstances" to "assert isinstances" and delete some code.
now a pypy-c-fast is 2-4% faster than pypy-c-multi

13612. By mwh on 2006-12-05

fix a typo that prevented the WaryDictImplementation from being used, and
another that prevented it from working.
comment out a print.

13611. By cfbolz on 2006-12-02

new attempt to use the multidict instead of a new dictionary implementation.
Makes things less bad, but still no net speed gain.

13610. By mwh on 2006-11-29

(cfbolz, mwh)
small rewrites for correctness and translatability.

13609. By cfbolz on 2006-11-28

slightly embarassing: of course this file is need to make anything actually

13608. By cfbolz on 2006-11-25

first round of trying to make builtin lookups faster (nearly as fast as a local
lookup) while still behaving correctly when builtins are shadowed.

13607. By cfbolz on 2006-11-25

a branch to experiment with the speedup to calls of unshadowed builtins

13606. By cfbolz on 2006-11-25

use _mixin_ instead of manually creating the effect.

13605. By pedronis on 2006-11-25

match the changed resume_points

13604. By pedronis on 2006-11-25

(arre, arigo around, pedronis)

now that we can return multiple states from a function, try to avoid forcing virtual structs at merge points.

Still force merges when returning from the portal.

Now test_virt_obj_method_call_promote passes, als test_factorial for the tlc only promotes once and produces
a box at the end for the result, which is good.

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