Okay, by now we can be reasonably certain that hopper is fit for purpose, at least in terms of not crashing and producing the correct results. But, it also needs to be fast. To that end, hopper ships with the criterion ( benchmarks. As the time of writing, criterion is a rapidly evolving library that performs statistical analysis on bench run results that Rust's built-in, nightly-only benchmarking library does not. Also, criterion is available for use on the stable channel. The target to match is standard library's MPSC, and that sets the baseline for hopper. To that end, the benchmark suite performs a comparison, living in benches/ in the hopper repository.

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