354Re: Introduction Date and Function objects to the standard [DATE PARSER]
- May 26, 2006I have a JSON compatible date parser which converts a stringified
version of a C-Type date (mm-dd-yyyy hh:mm:ss.nnnn [AM:PM]) into a
I will offer it to the JSON community to be included as a component of
the json.js library -- provided under the JSON License (Doug's "Good
NOT Evil" license)...
Speaking of the "Good NOT Evil" license -- is anyone interested in
formalizing that ? like the myriad licensing already available -- GPL,
or LGPL, or BSD Licenses... we could call it the "GNOTE" license....
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Lindsay <lindsay@...> wrote:
> Fang Yidong wrote:
> > I think why JSON be successful as a data-interchange
> > format is its simplicity and neutral nature for many
> > languages. Adding function definition just make JSON
> > use number or string to represent it.
> Agreed. Maybe define a std date format, there's a ISO one which
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