提交 c1515499 编写于 作者: A Aaron Jacobs

Gave the reader/writer test section a makeover.

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To add a test, you need to create two files in test/data:
- a TESTNAME.json file, that contains the input document in JSON format.
- a TESTNAME.expected file, that contains a flatened representation of
the input document.
TESTNAME.expected file format:
- each line represents a JSON element of the element tree represented
by the input document.
- each line has two parts: the path to access the element separated from
the element value by '='. Array and object values are always empty
(e.g. represented by either [] or {}).
- element path: '.' represented the root element, and is used to separate
object members. [N] is used to specify the value of an array element
at index N.
See test_complex_01.json and test_complex_01.expected to better understand
element path.
* a `TESTNAME.json` file, that contains the input document in JSON format.
* a `TESTNAME.expected` file, that contains a flatened representation of the
input document.
The `TESTNAME.expected` file format is as follows:
* each line represents a JSON element of the element tree represented by the
input document.
* each line has two parts: the path to access the element separated from the
element value by `=`. Array and object values are always empty (i.e.
represented by either `[]` or `{}`).
* element path: `.` represents the root element, and is used to separate object
members. `[N]` is used to specify the value of an array element at index `N`.
See the examples `test_complex_01.json` and `test_complex_01.expected` to better
understand element paths.
Understanding reader/writer test output
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