Thanks for sharing your experiences. Figuring out how to describe types in
json so that avrogencpp could be used helped lots (nesting types seemed to
be the trick). (See my other posting to the group).
"So far so good" I'll be continuing to dig into to using Avro with C++.
On Tue, Aug 13, 2013 at 2:14 PM, Daniel Russel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Is anyone using avro C++?
> I'm been using it with some success, however, I've only been using schemas
> that I have written and with DataFiles that I have written, so I haven't
> had compatibility issues. That said, the errors messages avrogencpp
> produces are a bit cryptic, so trouble shooting its problems are not at all
> straight forward.
> > For example, even trying to turn
> avro-src-1.7.4/lang/java/compiler/src/test/idl/input/simple.avdl into
> something that avrogencpp will understand seems to be nearly impossible at
> the moment. (I tried using the java tools to turn the avdl into json with
> some hand editing of the json and that failed).
> > Thanks for any words of encouragement of insights that people can offer.
> I'd LOVE to be able to use Avro from C++ but right now I'm having serious