aeson / aeson.cabal

name:            aeson
version:         0.3.0.0
license:         BSD3
license-file:    LICENSE
category:        Text, Web, JSON
copyright:       Copyright 2011 MailRank, Inc.
author:          Bryan O'Sullivan <bos@mailrank.com>
maintainer:      Bryan O'Sullivan <bos@mailrank.com>
stability:       experimental
tested-with:     GHC == 6.12.3
synopsis:        Fast JSON parsing and generation
cabal-version:   >= 1.8
homepage:        http://github.com/mailrank/aeson
bug-reports:     http://github.com/mailrank/aeson/issues
build-type:      Simple
description:
    A JSON parsing and generation library optimized for ease of use
    and high performance.
    .
    Parsing performance with GHC 6.12.3 on a late 2010 MacBook Pro
    (2.66GHz Core i7), for mostly-English tweets from Twitter's JSON
    search API:
    .
    * 854 bytes: 21054 msg\/sec (17.1 MB/sec)
    .
    * 6.4 KB: 4545 msg\/sec (28.6 MB/sec)
    .
    * 31.2 KB: 856 msg\/sec (26.1 MB/sec)
    .
    * 61.5 KB: 403 msg\/sec (24.2 MB/sec) 
    .
    Handling heavily-escaped text is a little more work.  Here is
    parsing performance with Japanese tweets, where much of the text
    is entirely Unicode-escaped:
    .
    * 14.6 KB: 1250 msg\/sec (17.9 MB/sec)
    .
    * 44.1 KB: 363 msg\/sec (15.6 MB/sec)
    .
    Encoding performance on the same machine and data:
    .
    * 854 bytes: 10647 msg\/sec (8.7 MB/sec)
    .
    * 6.4 KB: 2098 msg\/sec (13.2 MB/sec)
    .
    * 31.2 KB: 422 msg\/sec (12.9 MB/sec)
    .
    * 61.5 KB: 219 msg\/sec (13.2 MB/sec)
    .
    (A note on naming: in Greek mythology, Aeson was the father of Jason.)

extra-source-files:
    README.markdown
    benchmarks/AesonParse.hs
    benchmarks/EncodeFile.hs
    benchmarks/JsonParse.hs
    benchmarks/Makefile
    benchmarks/ReadFile.hs
    benchmarks/parse.py
    benchmarks/json-data/example.json
    benchmarks/json-data/integers.json
    benchmarks/json-data/jp10.json
    benchmarks/json-data/jp20.json
    benchmarks/json-data/jp50.json
    benchmarks/json-data/jp100.json
    benchmarks/json-data/numbers.json
    benchmarks/json-data/twitter1.json
    benchmarks/json-data/twitter10.json
    benchmarks/json-data/twitter20.json
    benchmarks/json-data/twitter50.json
    benchmarks/json-data/twitter100.json

flag developer
  description: operate in developer mode
  default: False

library
  exposed-modules:
    Data.Aeson
    Data.Aeson.Encode
    Data.Aeson.Generic
    Data.Aeson.Parser
    Data.Aeson.Types

  other-modules:
    Data.Aeson.Functions

  build-depends:
    attoparsec >= 0.8.5.0,
    base == 4.*,
    blaze-builder >= 0.2.1.4,
    bytestring,
    bytestring-show,
    containers,
    deepseq,
    hashable,
    monads-fd,
    old-locale,
    syb,
    text >= 0.11.0.2,
    time,
    unordered-containers,
    vector >= 0.7

  if flag(developer)
    ghc-options: -Werror
    ghc-prof-options: -auto-all

  ghc-options:      -Wall

source-repository head
  type:     git
  location: http://github.com/mailrank/aeson

source-repository head
  type:     mercurial
  location: http://bitbucket.org/bos/aeson
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