|Subject:||Re: Help in JSON encode/decode project|
|Date:||Sun, 8 Mar 2020 21:53:57 +0200|
> If you want to make a project out of it, spend some time with it and see
> where you think you can help improve it.
Thanks for your reply.
I followed your advice and started spending some time with it. Also the issues list  of the package provided some useful info. What I think I can help in improving are:
Using RapidJson instead of jsoncpp to enhance performance.
modifying jsondecode to be compatible with RapidJson.
Writing jsonencode in c++ to improve performance.
Verifying the “condensation” algorithm by writing more tests then moving it to c++.
Some modifications is needed in the documentation (for example the documentation of jsondecode function is just a repetition of the documentation of jsonencode.)
preparing the two functions to be integrated to the core of octave rather than a package.
I was thinking that writing tests  will help me more in understanding the project and the package. Do you think it’s a good idea to do so (in parallel with my preparation of the proposal with you and the maintainers of octave)?
Thanks for your time.
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