cl-json

2022-02-20

JSON in Lisp. JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a lightweight data-interchange format.

Upstream URL

github.com/sharplispers/cl-json

Maintainer

Henrik Hjelte <henrik@henrikhjelte.com>

License

MIT
README

CL-JSON

CL-JSON provides an encoder of Lisp objects to JSON format and a corresponding decoder of JSON data to Lisp objects. Both the encoder and the decoder are highly customizable; at the same time, the default settings ensure a very simple mode of operation, similar to that provided by YASON or ST-JSON. CL-JSON is well tested and the automated testcases includes the JSON_checker tests.

History

  • 2006 First version by Henrik Hjelte
  • 2009 Major update by Boris Smilga, adding lots of features.
  • 2009 New alternative encoder, the explicit sexp-encoder.
  • 2011 Json-rpc version 2 format by Robert Goldman.
  • 2012 Move from darcs to git.
  • 2020 Forking to sharplispers to take project into community maintenance.

Licence

MIT.

Documentation

Documentation is at the project page on common-lisp.net.

Dependencies (1)

  • fiveam
  • GitHub
  • Quicklisp