On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 12:07 AM, snacktime [email protected] wrote:
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I spent quite a lot of time putting a ruby wrapper around the Jackson
It is nearly twice as fast as the Ruby Json gem but only if you are
happy receiving a java Hashmap instead of a Ruby Hash. The library
offers a means to get a Ruby Hash back but this slows down to roughly
the same speed as the Json gem. But with Jruby 1.6 the HashMap pretty
much quacks like a Ruby Hash so it might be OK.
I have not put much love into the library of late so it does not use
the Jackson 1.9 release.
In my experience if you are processing plenty of json messages from
say RabbitMQ then you will see a speed improvement by using jrjackson.