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I wonder why Skript's performance is so different from Java.

Discussion in 'Skript' started by NB_SuL, Sep 27, 2019.

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  1. NB_SuL

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    I recently compared the computation speed with the same code from Skript and Java Plugin and there was a huge difference.
    But isn't Skript's code going to eventually be translated into Java's code?
    So, why does Skript have such a huge performance gap with Java Plugin?
    And is there any way to improve the underlying performance of Skript?
     
  2. ShaneBee

    Resource Staff Supporter + Addon Developer

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    Skript has to parse every single bit of code you write, and translate it into something the Bukkit API can interpret and run.
    All of this is done at runtime. Its not like Skript translates your code to Java, it has to deal with every bit of code as it happens, which is why its going to take Skript a little (or a lot) longer to perform tasks than just writing it in Java.

    There is no sure fire way to improve the overall performance of Skript without completely re-writing the majority of the plugin.
     
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