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From "Uwe L. Korn" <>
Subject Re: Arrow C# bindings
Date Mon, 05 Jun 2017 10:32:45 GMT
We have some benchmarks that test parts of the Arrow C++ library, e.g.
. These are only in the C++ part as the Java library provides different facilities to construct
the Arrow arrays. As the core of Arrow are its data structures, it is probably better to benchmark
the C++/Java libraries when used in the same use case, e.g. reading Parquet files, but in
different languages. Then you should see if there are notable differences.


Von meinem iPad gesendet
> Am 03.06.2017 um 03:51 schrieb Rajeev Karri <>:
> Are there any arrow benchmark tests ? Will help me compare :
> C#->C++ with the native C++ perf
> Also is there a benchmark that compares Arrow-Java vs Arrow-C++ ?
>> On Fri, Jun 2, 2017 at 10:45 PM, Wes McKinney <> wrote:
>> Since Flatbuffers supports C# (for native metadata interactions), a
>> longer term (and perhaps more arduous) path could be to create a
>> native C# implementation. I am not sure if there would be any benefits
>> over wrapping the C++ library; I am no expert. Adding Jeremy Howard
>> who has a lot of .NET / C# experience in case he has some advice
>>> On Fri, Jun 2, 2017 at 1:11 PM, Uwe L. Korn <> wrote:
>>> Hello Rajeev,
>>> at the moment we have no native C# bindings or implementation. An easy
>>> start could be to write C# bindings to the native C++ implementation,
>>> from what I remember of my .NET days (~5 years ago :D), that should not
>>> be so hard. But as mentioned I have no recent experience in that. An
>>> alternative could be the existing GObject/GLib bindings if there are
>>> GObject bindings for C#.
>>> Cheers
>>> Uwe
>>>> On Fri, Jun 2, 2017, at 06:55 PM, Rajeev Karri wrote:
>>>> I would like to use apache arrow from C#.
>>>> Is it possible ?
>>>> Rajeev

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