libsimdjson-dev on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa)

Last updated: May 26,2022

1. Install libsimdjson-dev package

Please follow the instructions below to install libsimdjson-dev package:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install libsimdjson-dev

2. Uninstall / Remove libsimdjson-dev package

Please follow the instructions below to uninstall libsimdjson-dev package:

sudo apt remove libsimdjson-dev
sudo apt autoclean && sudo apt autoremove

3. Details of libsimdjson-dev package

Package: libsimdjson-dev
Architecture: amd64
Version: 0.2.1-1build1
Priority: optional
Section: universe/libdevel
Source: simdjson
Origin: Ubuntu
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers
Original-Maintainer: Mo Zhou
Installed-Size: 2915
Depends: libsimdjson0 (= 0.2.1-1build1)
Filename: pool/universe/s/simdjson/libsimdjson-dev_0.2.1-1build1_amd64.deb
Size: 82688
MD5sum: cdad670e07207e1f48c8fab3e1173a4d
SHA1: efcf7d58bc8537643aeb1b459145fec6a82dd836
SHA256: 01a1dda293148424743182de26fdb27ffa3d773f6a6adfe2f8d12bfbfbc12c56
Description-en: Parsing gigabytes of JSON per second (development)
JSON documents are everywhere on the Internet. Servers spend a lot of time
parsing these documents. simdjson aims to accelerate the parsing of JSON per
se using commonly available SIMD instructions as much as possible while doing
full validation (including character encoding).
It requires a processor with:
- AVX2 (i.e., Intel processors starting with the Haswell microarchitecture
released 2013 and AMD processors starting with the Zen microarchitecture
released 2017)
- or SSE 4.2 and CLMUL (i.e., Intel processors going back to Westmere
released in 2010 or AMD processors starting with the Jaguar used in the
PS4 and XBox One)
- or a 64-bit ARM processor (ARMv8-A): this covers a wide range of mobile
processors, including all Apple processors currently available for sale,
going back as far back as the iPhone 5s (2013).
This package ships development files.
Description-md5: 5cb45b5a6f77d7e305b6b8778ba7ce62