I am exposing the generated C++ classes to my Python code through cython.
It works pretty well, and I could use the CodedInputStream and
GzipInputStream classes too.
For this you have to develop a couple of .pyx and .pxd files around the
generated .cpp code.
On Thursday, January 14, 2016 at 11:46:11 PM UTC+1, Philipp Schrader wrote:
> Hi Josh,
> Thanks for the reply. I was worried someone would say as much :)
> Also, I am indeed using the C++ implementation. I'm very happy that this
> is possible!
> On Tuesday, January 12, 2016 at 2:42:07 PM UTC-8, Josh Haberman wrote:
>> Hi Phil,
>> If you are not doing so already, I would highly recommend using the C++
>> implementation for Python (instead of the pure-Python one). It will make
>> ParseFromString() in Python much, much faster, which might give you the
>> speed boost you need.
>> There are possible ways of doing more clever things, but they would
>> require you to use the C++ implementation anyway, and they would make you
>> more dependent on the internals of the Python/C++ library.
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