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From: Bjorn Reese (breese_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-11-24 12:24:10

On 11/23/19 7:18 PM, Lee Clagett via Boost wrote:

> This entire section highlights my frustrations with the JSON format and
> most C++ JSON implementations. The bulk of cases are JSON -> specific
> data structure. The easiest implementation for JSON objects in C++ is
> storing all fields to a temporary DOM and then doing a lookup when
> mapping to a data structure. I wrote an implementation for msgpack (not
> fully tested :/) that uses C++ template variadics to skip the DOM step;

I did this for a related binary format called BinToken:

It supports both low-level iteration over the binary format,
serialization directly into C++ data structures, and DOM parsing.

I used to have a MsgPack (and UBJSON) implementation as well, but I did
not upgrade them after a major redesign because I had no personal use
for them.

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