Subject: Re: [boost] JSON Parser GSoC 2013
From: Sergey Cheban (s.cheban_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-04-11 22:20:04
12.04.2013 4:37, Michael Caisse Ð¿Ð¸ÑÐµÑ:
> FWIW, the json example parser in Spirit is based on our json library
> that we finally pushed to github this week. Links and docs (soon) can be
> found here: http://cierelabs.org
> The goal was to create a json library that allows usage similar to
> would love to get some feedback from users.
> Hopefully it is something useful to the community.
I'm glad to hear it but I have to say that for the software development
it is important to minimize the number of the external libraries count.
Every external dependence (i.e. library) leads to the additional costs:
- the license compatibility must be checked
- the version compatibility must be checked
- the library must be built and installed
- if the library is abandoned, it's a problem
One of the benefits of the Boost is that it is licensed, tested and
distributed as one thing. And I think that it would be good for your
json parser if it was included into the Boost.
PS. For now, I'm using my own implementation of the json parser. I would
be happy to switch to the external one if it was included into one of
the libraries I'm already using.
-- Best regards, Sergey Cheban
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