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Are you specifying for which architecture you would like to link? (It could be that lua on your machine defaults to 64-bit, and somehow cjson to 32-bit or vice versa).

Try adding this to gcc (g++, ld, etc.): "-arch i386" or "-arch x86_64" or universal - "-arch i386 -arch x86_64"

On 5/9/2011 6:42 AM, Louis-Philippe wrote:
Under OSX,
doesn't seem to compile, I get:

anybody had success with Mac 10.6?



2011/5/9 Mark Pulford < <>>


    On Sun, May 08, 2011 at 09:10:55PM -0700, Gu Di wrote:
     > Cool! How does your library compare to lua-yajl?

    I mostly wrote CJSON as part of another project last year when the
    JSON options appeared to be a bit more limited. Hence I haven't
    specifically tested Lua YAJL.

    However, an unfair extrapolation of the JsonModules wiki suggests:
    - CJSON should provide 2x decoding, 5x encoding performance.
    - Lua YAJL has a streaming interface (CJSON doesn't).
    - CJSON has options to handle sparse arrays safely.
    - CJSON doesn't have any external dependencies other than Lua.

    I'm sure there is more to it than that - I'd recommend testing them
    yourself to be sure. JSON performance can vary widely based depending
    on the input and the implementation.