Crockford. It does the job very good, and by far, much faster than all the RegularExpression \ Replace minifiers. Because in my Compression project MbCompression I do the minifying on run-time, I decided to use jsmin minifier.
The Css minifier
All the Css minifiers I found are using Regular Expression\ Replace to remove the unneeded characters. This is working fine, but have a realy bad performance, special on run-time. The speed is slow (special using the Regular Expression), and another important thing is, every Replace creates a very big string in the memory! (Strings are immutable, remember?), so if you have several Replaces, it creates several big strings in the server memory!
To improve performance, I took JSMIN idea, that are not using any strings in the memory, and perform the minifying much faster, and created a CSS minifier that produce a small CSS file, much faster, and with much less memory overhead.
This minifier was tested on several CSS files. Feel free to download it and use it. If there is any file that not been minify correctly, send it to me, and I will try to improve the minifier.
CssMinifier.cs (9.59 kb)