Subject: Re: [boost] Official JSON Package
From: Rogerio dos Santos (rogerio.santos.main_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-05-01 10:28:30
In my opnion, I do not see the need for a complete new JSON boost library.
The Boost PropertyTree is great and it is more than 90% done. If the
serialization to JSON worked as it should and could take care properly of
arrays and strings properties it would be a great JSON parser with the
advantage to use exact the same coding that a lot of people are already
using to parse XML.
Am I being too optimistic about the PropertyTree project or there are any
characteristic special to JSON that could not be handled with PropertyTree
that I am not seeing here?
On Fri, May 1, 2015 at 7:07 AM Damien Buhl <damien.buhl_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I've been using the cppcms json api which is pretty well done. And the
> jsoncpp libraries also, which was pretty ok but I found the API more
> oldschool and less flexible.
> It's the json parser used in chrome I believe. And for the freelan vpn
> project âwe have a library named : kfather. Which is a json
> parser/serializer on top of boost variants. This makes it nice to visit
> json with the visitor pattern.
> Additionally there are new json libraries which uses brace initialization
> making json feel really natural inside C++:
> It's the same in java there are many libraries, with each their advantages
> and disadvantages, but it would be great if some would make the effort to
> bring a Boost.Json which would bring all the good points together.
> Damien Buhl
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