Nuba Rodrigues Princigalli > Data-Printer-Filter-JSON-0.3 > Data::Printer::Filter::JSON

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NAME ^

Data::Printer::Filter::JSON - pretty-print your decoded JSON structures!

VERSION ^

Version 0.03

SYNOPSIS ^

# In your program:

    use Data::Printer filters => {
        -external => [ 'JSON' ],
    };

# or, in your .dataprinter file:

    {
        filters => {
            -external => [ 'JSON' ],
        },
    };

# You can also tweak the colors:

    use Data::Printer {
        filters => {
            -external   => [ 'JSON' ],
        }, color => {
            JSON  => {
              true  => 'bright_blue on_black',
              false => 'black on_bright_blue'
            }
        },
    };

DESCRIPTION ^

Almost every JSON decoder on CPAN handles JavaScript's booleans with objects, and some even reuse them in the resulting data structure. The result? A tiny JSON like this:

    {
      "alpha": true,
      "beta" : false,
      "gamma": true,
      "zeta" : false
    }

Results in this Data::Printer output:

    \ {
        alpha   JSON::XS::Boolean  {
            Parents       JSON::Boolean
            public methods (0)
            private methods (1) : __ANON__
            internals: 1
        },
        beta    JSON::XS::Boolean  {
            Parents       JSON::Boolean
            public methods (0)
            private methods (1) : __ANON__
            internals: 0
        },
        gamma   var{alpha},
        zeta    var{beta}
    }

While all I wanted was this:

    \ {
        alpha   true,
        beta    false,
        gamma   true,
        zeta    false
    }

This module fixes that! :)

Handles

JSON::XS and JSON::PP (JSON 2.x), JSON::NotString (JSON 1.x), JSON::DWIW, JSON::Parser, JSON::SL, Mojo::JSON, boolean (used by Pegex::JSON) and JSON::JOM.

JSON::JOM Caveat

When working with JSON::JOM, make sure you load it after loading Data::Printer. This is a known bug and garu's working on it!.

Can't Handle

The output of any JSON decoder that does NOT use a blessed reference for its booleans, like JSON::Syck or JSON::Streaming::Reader.

AUTHOR ^

Nuba Princigalli <nuba@stastu.com>

CONTRIBUTORS ^

Tim Heaney <oylensheegul@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright (c) 2012, Nuba Princigalli <nuba@stastu.com>. All rights reserved.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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