Subject: Re: [boost] JSON parsing library project for GSoC
From: Michael Marcin (mike.marcin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-05-07 18:07:33
On 5/7/13 4:42 PM, Richard wrote:
> [Please do not mail me a copy of your followup]
> boost_at_[hidden] spake the secret code
> <CAC3HwX8c5-mG3hBJWAZsGcz_t-GKV8dotgWpNY-jdEGLpT6W+g_at_[hidden]> thusly:
>> My name is Olexandr Popilovsky and I'm a student of Taras Shevchenko
>> National University of Kyiv.
>> I made a proposal for JSON parsing library and I would like to know that
>> can I be accepted for this project and if yes, what I should to do to
>> increase my chances (demo or smt.).
>> waiting for your answer =)
> ISTR that there are already a couple floating around; I know at least
> one example had been posted to the spirit mailing list by Colin Rundel:
> There's also one on CodeProject.
> Given that a parser or emitter can be written in about ~100 lines using
> Spirit, I'm not sure how you could spend a whole summer on it, but I'm
> not in charge of things...
If an easy to use and efficient json parser came into boost as a 100
line library I'd consider that a summer well spent.
Can you provide a link to your proposal?
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