An ultra-lightweight, portable, single-file, simple-as-can-be ANSI-C compliant JSON parser, under MIT license.

Moved to https://github.com/DaveGamble/cJSON

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  • It is simple easy and works perfectly, what else do you want?

  • I found some bugs ...

  • Awesome!

  • easy and compact

  • I tried libjson and gave it up because it didn't work with strict ANSI C++ and can't handle unicode escaped sequence correctly as UTF-8. This one works with UTF-8 with char * and properly convert Unicode escape sequence to UTF-8. Very easy to use and just source-code-library.

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System Administrators, Developers

Programming Language

C

Registered

2009-08-26