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[json-org]: http://json.org/
JsonCpp is a C++ library that allows manipulating JSON values, including
[JsonCpp][] is a C++ library that allows manipulating JSON values, including
serialization and deserialization to and from strings. It can also preserve
existing comment in unserialization/serialization steps, making it a convenient
format to store user input files.
[JsonCpp]: http://open-source-parsers.github.io/jsoncpp-docs/doxygen/index.html
## A note on backward-compatibility
Very soon, we are switching to C++11 only. For older compilers, try the `pre-C++11` branch.
* `1.y.z` is built with C++11.
* `0.8.z` can be used with older compilers.
* Major versions maintain binary-compatibility.
Using JsonCpp in your project
-----------------------------
The recommended approach to integrating JsonCpp in your project is to build
the amalgamated source (a single `.cpp` file) with your own build system. This
ensures consistency of compilation flags and ABI compatibility. See the section
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#include <json/json.h>
If JsonCpp was build as a dynamic library on Windows, then your project needs to
If JsonCpp was built as a dynamic library on Windows, then your project needs to
define the macro `JSON_DLL`.
Building and testing with new CMake
-----------------------------------
Building and testing with CMake
-------------------------------
[CMake][] is a C++ Makefiles/Solution generator. It is usually available on most
Linux system as package. On Ubuntu:
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By default CMake hides compilation commands. This can be modified by specifying
`-DCMAKE_VERBOSE_MAKEFILE=true` when generating makefiles.
Building and testing with SCons
-------------------------------
**Note:** The SCons-based build system is deprecated. Please use CMake; see the
section above.
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environment by running `vcvars32.bat` (e.g. MSVC 2008 command prompt) before
running SCons.
Running the tests manually
--------------------------
Note that test can be run using SCons using the `check` target:
scons platform=$PLATFORM check
# Running the tests manually
You need to run tests manually only if you are troubleshooting an issue.
In the instructions below, replace `path/to/jsontest` with the path of the
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# You can run the tests using valgrind:
python rununittests.py --valgrind path/to/test_lib_json
## Running the tests using scons
Note that tests can be run using SCons using the `check` target:
scons platform=$PLATFORM check
Building the documentation
--------------------------
Run the Python script `doxybuild.py` from the top directory:
python doxybuild.py --doxygen=$(which doxygen) --open --with-dot
See `doxybuild.py --help` for options.
Generating amalgamated source and header
----------------------------------------
JsonCpp is provided with a script to generate a single header and a single
source file to ease inclusion into an existing project. The amalgamated source
can be generated at any time by running the following command from the
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correct order and defining the macro `JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION` to prevent inclusion
of other headers.
Adding a reader/writer test
---------------------------
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.
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See the examples `test_complex_01.json` and `test_complex_01.expected` to better
understand element paths.
Understanding reader/writer test output
---------------------------------------
When a test is run, output files are generated beside the input test files.
Below is a short description of the content of each file:
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* `test_complex_01.process-output`: `jsontest` output, typically useful for
understanding parsing errors.
License
-------
See the `LICENSE` file for details. In summary, JsonCpp is licensed under the
MIT license, or public domain if desired and recognized in your jurisdiction.
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and recognized in your jurisdiction.
\author Baptiste Lepilleur <blep@users.sourceforge.net> (originator)
\author Christopher Dunn <cdunn2001@gmail.com> (primary maintainer)
\version \include version
We make strong guarantees about binary-compatibility, consistent with
<a href="http://apr.apache.org/versioning.html">the Apache versioning scheme</a>.
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