On Sunday, 20 December 2015 at 01:16:46 UTC, Jakob Jenkov wrote:
According to Thrift's own docs their binary encoding is not compact. For compact encoding it seems they refer to Protobuf.

There seems to be a confusion of terminology here. Thrift has a "Binary" protocol, which is not compact in the sense that it consists of the data fields more or less blitted into a message. There is also a "Compact" protocol, which is also a binary format, but employs things like variable-length integers to reduce size – similar to Protobuf.

 — David

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