I'm pleased to announce the release of Argo 2.0. There are two significant features in this release:
The latest release of Argo adds much improved exception messages if a requested path in a JDOM tree does not exist.
Includes new methods to verify the structure of a piece of JSON, improved names for methods to get nodes from a piece of JSON, and the ability to get arrays and objects allowing for them to be null.
Includes a tweak to JSON formatting to make it a bit neater, and a chunk of additional javadoc.
New additions to API to make parsing easier - JsonNodes now include methods to get the values of subnodes in a single call, without having to resort to JsonNodeSelectors.
Release to fix bug id 2907560 affecting parsing of numbers between zero and one.
I'm pleased to announce the first production version of Argo is now available. This includes:
The past few days have been spent pulling together documentation and examples - all available on the project site, http://argo.sourceforge.net/.