[erlang-questions] New project: ZJ - A tiny JSON encoder/decoder

Wed Jun 27 10:37:23 CEST 2018

On 2018年6月27日水曜日 13時29分34秒 JST zxq9@REDACTED wrote:
> On 2018年6月26日火曜日 18時58分55秒 JST zxq9@REDACTED wrote:
> > With tuple calls gone and mochijson2 finally going extinct I found
> > myself in need of a strings-as-strings JSON encoder/decoder in pure
> > Erlang (not NIF-based). I wrote one yesterday. It is a single module
> > that exports two functions: encode/1 and decode/1. Erlang didn't really
> > *need* another JSON encoder/decoder, of course, but this one works
> > exactly the way I need -- if anyone else finds it useful you're welcome
> > to it:
> > 
> > https://gitlab.com/zxq9/zj
> Quick update...
> Two new functions have been added, binary_encode/1 and binary_decode/1.
> The purpose of these new functions is to disambiguate between strings
> and arrays. Most of the time this is not necessary (it seems the vast
> majority of JSON data floating around is snippets of ASCII), but it is
> easy to provide for so I added these this morning.
> Since someone is already using this I'm calling it v1.0.0, as I intend
> to support this 4-function interface for a while.
> https://gitlab.com/zxq9/zj#binary_decode1
> Just one more option in the ocean of JSON encode/decode libs!

And one final status update...

Marc Worrell kindly reminded me that I still had GPL-3.0 as the license.

That's changed. ZJ is now under the MIT license.


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