simple search api (was Re: mimetype standardisation by testsets)
Jos van den Oever
jvdoever at gmail.com
Sun Dec 3 12:38:01 EET 2006
2006/12/3, Joe Shaw <joeshaw at novell.com>:
> Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen wrote:
> > Just a quick idea,
> > How about using JSON (www.json.org <http://www.json.org>) as to
> > represent the query objects (instead of xml)?
> I'm reluctant to do this because I'm not sure how comprehensive the
> stacks are for C#. The XML stacks we have -- the built in one in Mono,
> or libxml2 for C -- are very mature parts of the platforms.
> > It is light, easily readable, widespread, and there is possibility to
> > write extremely fast parsers.
> Maybe, but we should be focusing our efforts on building the search
> software, not on hot-serialization-technology-of-the-day parsers.
I agree. Lets just say that the simple interface cannot have nested
queries, in other works, no brackets. Then it is possible to use dbus
for specifying the query object.
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