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This is jo, a small utility to create JSON objects

$ jo -p name=jo n=17 parser=false
{
    "name": "jo",
    "n": 17,
    "parser": false
}

or arrays

$ seq 1 10 | jo -a
[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10]

It has a manual, and you can read why I wrote jo.

Build from Release tarball

To build from a release you will need a C compiler to install from a source tarball which you download from the Releases page.

tar xvzf jo-1.3.tar.gz
cd jo-1.3
autoreconf -i
./configure
make check
make install

Build from Github

Build Status

To install from the repository, you will need a C compiler as well as a relatively recent version of automake and autoconf.

git clone https://github.com/jpmens/jo.git
cd jo
autoreconf -i
./configure
make check
make install

Install

Homebrew

brew install jo

MacPorts

sudo port install jo

Ubuntu

apt-get install jo

Gentoo

emerge jo

Fedora

dnf install jo

Snap

Thanks to Roger Light, jo is available as a snap package. Use snap install jo from a Linux distro that supports snaps.

Windows

scoop install jo

Windows WSL2

As shown in #175 when using git on Windows WSL2 it should be necessary to disable automatic CRLF conversion in git or the tests will fail:

git config --local core.autocrlf false

AIX

jo builds and passes all tests on AIX 7.1 using the autoconf, automake, gcc, and pkg-config RPMs from IBM's AIX Toolbox for Open Source Software. The xlclang compiler from IBM's xlC/C++ suite for AIX will also build jo.

Others

See also

Credits

  • json.[ch] by 2011 Joseph A. Adams (joeyadams3.14159[at]gmail.com).
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