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GeneralWell that was satisfying... Pin
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As Daniel Lemire initially suggested, I started a pull request.

added jsoncpp folder for comparison and possible adaptation/integration by codewitch-honey-crisis · Pull Request #1367 · simdjson/simdjson · GitHub[^]

I did this in order to continue the discussion. That way others could access my code. I haven't integrated in that request, because our apis are so different, and mine needs a feature add before I start anyway.

Anyway, it's all under the jsoncpp folder, including the very beginnings of a comparison benchmark in main.cpp under that folder, and a small build/run script for linux as ./run.sh

I'll add more comparisons once i figure out how to use ondemand to search across each different axis (forward, descendants, siblings) - right now i can only get it to do siblings, but it's not fair to make it walk the tree in the code if it doesn't have to, when mine doesn't. Nor do i want to write skewed benchmarks just because i am still learning the api.
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