Java vs. Python - Serialization Bakeoff

claudius at catlover.com claudius at catlover.com
Wed Nov 10 05:38:45 CET 1999


claudius at catlover.com says:
>Patrick Phalen <python-list at teleo.net> says:
>>http://starship.python.net/crew/gandalf/DNET/serial/jp-serial.html
>>contains an report on tests comparing Java's and Python's data
>>marshalling, using various criteria. Numerous interesting charts and
>>graphs are presented.
>>
>>Since this was published in 1996 (Python 1.4), I wonder if anyone
>>expert in this subject has any comment on whether the intervening years
>>would have changed the conclusions substantively -- namely that Python
>>is, on average, faster, simpler, and more flexible.
>
>Hmm?  I get 'not found' (and I'm very interested in reading your findings.)

Ah, I found it...for those interested:
http://starship.python.net/crew/gandalf/DNET/serial/jp-serial.htm

(drop the trailing 'l')




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