Good library: it can store UTF-8 text without \uXXXX\uXXXX encoding, so .json file is easy to read in text editors. I don't know if this violates some standards, but it is good. Much easier in usage than boost::property_tree::json_read(). The boost can't save/load symbols > 127, it even can't read its own \uXXXX codes. I love root["name"]["name"] syntax of jsoncpp. Also i like that it is GPL-free, because GPL is a virus and not a true freedom. One thing i regret about: there is no long int type, so i have to use double :) Used it in my project: audigger (sourceforce)
absolutely horrendous. making a Json::Value global would result in a pure virtual function call crash upon exit. If you try asInt() when the value is a string, you'd get a huge assertion fail. Random access violations everywhere.
hello author, I find a bug. when i use reader prase a num string,expleme "49", it is crash type_ is int type,but value_.map_ is not createed
hello author, I find a expression that in json_reader.cpp 566 line. like this: bool badTokenType = ( token.type_ == tokenArraySeparator && token.type_ == tokenArrayEnd ); the boolean expression always return false. I think not '&&' but '||', do you thing so ?