ezjsonm

Simple interface on top of the Jsonm JSON library
README

An easy interface on top of the
Jsonm library.

This version provides more convenient (but far less flexible)
input and output functions that go to and from [string] values.
This avoids the need to write signal code, which is useful for
quick scripts that manipulate JSON.

More advanced users should go straight to the Jsonm[1] library and
use it directly, rather than be saddled with the Ezjsonm interface.

Examples

For instance, you can explore the HTTP status code specified in the
JSON format here.
After downloading that
file
,
you can open an OCaml toplevel and write:

# #require "ezjsonm";;
# let json = Ezjsonm.from_channel (open_in "4.json");;
# Ezjsonm.(get_string (find json ["codes"; "418"; "summary"]))
- : string = "I'm a teapot"
Install
Sources
ezjsonm-1.3.0.tbz
sha256=08633e0f0e767a8ae81935ca7e74f1693b85a79c4502d568eedff5170f0cd77b
sha512=b731036384115603af9187464695418d27b7cf6f763c8dbc0812db62a7657cac1b6019d3b205b1c95ae81b7dab0bd4037390d977ee8c122bef29a9ddef771e18
Dependencies
conf-npm
with-test
jsonm
>= "1.0.0"
alcotest
with-test & >= "1.5.0"
dune
>= "2.0"
ocaml
>= "4.08.0"
Reverse Dependencies