Aaah, not enough caffeine yet. I somehow confused XS (Perl-specific)
with SWIG (supports Perl, Python, and many others). Never mind!
I would like to use protocol buffers in my python code but currently
the serialization and parsing methods are too slow compared to
cPickle. I've read several posts stating that this is because the
python implementation has not been optimized for speed yet. Are there
plans to improve the performance of proto buffers in python?
Are you aware of anyone doing any work on a C++ Boost::Python
On Oct 31, 5:19 am, "Petar Petrov" <pesho.pet...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, there are plans to improve performance. I have spent a little time on
> this without significant improvements.
> I think performance can hardly get a drastic improvement without a C++
> extension module (which we are planning to have).
interface for PB?
This would seem to be a relatively easy thing to
write, implementing the __getattr__/__setattr__ Python methods in
Boost::Python to interface to the reflection mechanism in PB.