Version v0.3.0 of LitJSON has been released.
New features and improvements:
Exporters and importers. Custom conversions using the JsonMapper class can be made through importers and exporters. These are delegates that tell the library how to perform conversions between non-basic types (i.e. not string, int, long, double or boolean) and JSON. There are base and custom exporters/importers. The base exporters and importers are built-in delegates that currently handle simple conversions between JSON and the following value types:
byte char DateTime decimal sbyte short ushort uint ulong
Custom exporters and importers can be defined through JsonMapper.RegisterExporter and JsonMapper.RegisterImporter, and they override the built-in conversions.
Improved performance of JsonMapper.ToJson() A static JsonWriter is re-used to reduce the activity in the heap, improving performance for multiple conversions.
Allowing extended grammar The lexer can now accept single-quoted strings, and comments in the following forms:
// Single-line comment /* * Multi-line comment */
A JsonReader can be configured to accept only the strict grammar or the extended one. These extensions are allowed by default.
API cleanups and additions. The following members are new:
JsonData.Count JsonMapper.RegisterExporter() JsonMapper.RegisterImporter() JsonMapper.UnregisterExporters() JsonMapper.UnregisterImporters() JsonReader.AllowComments JsonReader.AllowSingleQuotedStrings JsonWriter.Reset()
The following overloads have been added:
JsonMapper.ToJson(object obj, JsonWriter writer) JsonMapper.ToObject(JsonReader reader)
The following members have been renamed:
JsonReader.HasReachedEnd is now JsonReader.EndOfJson
- JsonMapper.ToJson() avoids entering an infinite recursion by defining a max nesting depth.
- The JsonData int indexer now behaves correctly both when it acts as an array and as an object.