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Jansson 2.1 released

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  • Petri Lehtinen
    Jansson 2.1 is out. This release adds a few new features and fixes some minor bugs. A new decoding function, json_loadb(), was added for decoding buffers with
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      Jansson 2.1 is out. This release adds a few new features and fixes
      some minor bugs.

      A new decoding function, json_loadb(), was added for decoding buffers
      with length. The most important thing is that the input buffer need
      not be null terminated.

      Two new decoding flags and one new encoding flag were introduced:

      * JSON_REJECT_DUPLICATES: Issue a decoding error if any JSON object in
      the input contins duplicate keys.

      * JSON_DISABLE_EOF_CHECK: Stop decoding after a valid JSON input. This
      allows other data after the JSON data.

      * JSON_ENCODE_ANY: Allow encoding any JSON value. Without this flag,
      only arrays and objects can be encoded as the root value.

      Bugfixes:

      * Fix a memory leak when memory allocation fails in json_object_set()
      and friends.

      * Clear errno before calling strtod() for better portability (MINGW in
      this case).

      * Avoid set-but-not-used warning/error when building with the newest
      GCC.

      Download source: http://www.digip.org/jansson/releases/jansson-2.1.tar.gz
      View documentation: http://www.digip.org/jansson/doc/2.1/
      Changelog: http://www.digip.org/jansson/doc/2.1/changes.html#version-2-1


      What is Jansson?
      ----------------

      Jansson is a C library for encoding, decoding and manipulating JSON data.
      It features:

      * Simple and intuitive API and data model
      * Comprehensive documentation
      * No dependencies on other libraries
      * Full Unicode support (UTF-8)
      * Extensive test suite

      Jansson is licensed under the MIT license.

      For more details, see http://www.digip.org/jansson/.


      Petri Lehtinen
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