Can I use Ironpython for Allura?
Does this increase the performance?
Is here anybody, that does that?
Sorry this question got missed very long ago. To answer it anyway, I am not aware of anyone using IronPython. It might work, but Allura uses a lot of dependencies so some of those packages might not work with it.
For performance, a lot of allura's time is spent on database queries or filesystem access for repositories, so python itself is often not the slow part. There are also various settings in the .ini files that are recommended for fast production usage. See production-docker-example.ini for those.
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