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Re: configure test and requirements for using rapidjson

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: configure test and requirements for using rapidjson
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2020 23:54:28 -0400
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On 8/17/20 9:44 PM, Kai Torben Ohlhus wrote:

Abdallah is still working on it [1].  RapidJSON is a header only library
and is only needed during the Octave build.  There will be two ways to
deal with this:

OK.  Sorry if my message seemed overly critical, I did not mean it to be.

The last public release of RapidJSON [3] was 2016-08-25.  Since then
some useful bug fixes and improvements (a pretty-writer, etc.) came into
the library.  All begging by RapidJSON users didn't motivate the
maintainers for a new release.  But it is still the fastest JSON
implementation around [4].

Thanks for the info.  I didn't know about the release status.

Often our GSoC candidate's code wasn't applied even half year later and
I wanted to avoid this GSoC final cset push paralysis.  The problem with
this "final changeset" is, that there is always something to improve.
The frustration with the student and mentor grows when having to create
this "final changeset" cset and review over and over again.  And even
after the push there were errors to be fixed.

Thus my idea this year was to apply the working code early to the
development repository.

I agree.  Thanks for your work on this project.


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