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From Wes McKinney <>
Subject Re: Arrow Format vs Feather v2
Date Thu, 23 Apr 2020 21:24:44 GMT
hi Dan

There is an experimental implementation in C++ which is being used for
"Feather V2"

The Arrow specification does include a "file" format -- this is
exactly what "Feather V2" is using

- Wes

On Thu, Apr 23, 2020 at 4:20 PM Daniel Nugent <> wrote:
> Was just reading the 0.17 release notes (congratulations to the maintainers, btw), and
was wondering if there could be some clarification on the language about file formats.
> The notes mention that the compression support available for Feather 2 will be formalized
in the Arrow format at a later time.
> Does that mean that they will be formalized for in-memory and on the wire Arrow messages?
Or that there will be another, separate from Feather 2, on-disk representation for Arrow called
“Arrow file format” or something along those lines?
> Thanks,
> -Dan Nugent

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