This chapter describes in detail what you will find in the psyco package module.
The various functions described here are all concerned with how you tell Psyco what it should compile and what it should leave to the standard interpreter to execute. Compiling everything is often overkill for medium- or large-sized applications. The drawbacks of compiling too much are in the time spent compiling, plus the amount of memory that this process consumes. It is a subtle balance to keep.