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JSON_PP(1)						 Perl Programmers Reference Guide						JSON_PP(1)

NAME
json_pp - JSON::PP command utility SYNOPSIS
json_pp [-v] [-f from_format] [-t to_format] [-json_opt options_to_json] DESCRIPTION
json_pp converts between some input and output formats (one of them is JSON). This program was copied from json_xs and modified. The default input format is json and the default output format is json with pretty option. OPTIONS
-f -f from_format Reads a data in the given format from STDIN. Format types: json as JSON eval as Perl code -t Writes a data in the given format to STDOUT. null no action. json as JSON dumper as Data::Dumper -json_opt options to JSON::PP Acceptable options are: ascii latin1 utf8 pretty indent space_before space_after relaxed canonical allow_nonref allow_singlequote allow_barekey allow_bignum loose escape_slash -v Verbose option, but currently no action in fact. -V Prints version and exits. EXAMPLES
$ perl -e'print q|{"foo":"XX","bar":1234567890000000000000000}|' | json_pp -f json -t dumper -json_opt pretty,utf8,allow_bignum $VAR1 = { 'bar' => bless( { 'value' => [ '0000000', '0000000', '5678900', '1234' ], 'sign' => '+' }, 'Math::BigInt' ), 'foo' => "x{3042}x{3044}" }; $ perl -e'print q|{"foo":"XX","bar":1234567890000000000000000}|' | json_pp -f json -t dumper -json_opt pretty $VAR1 = { 'bar' => '1234567890000000000000000', 'foo' => "x{e3}x{81}x{82}x{e3}x{81}x{84}" }; SEE ALSO
JSON::PP, json_xs AUTHOR
Makamaka Hannyaharamitu, <makamaka[at]cpan.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright 2010 by Makamaka Hannyaharamitu This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.16.2 2013-08-25 JSON_PP(1)

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JSON_XS(1p)						User Contributed Perl Documentation					       JSON_XS(1p)

NAME
json_xs - JSON::XS commandline utility SYNOPSIS
json_xs [-v] [-f inputformat] [-t outputformat] DESCRIPTION
json_xs converts between some input and output formats (one of them is JSON). The default input format is "json" and the default output format is "json-pretty". OPTIONS
-v Be slightly more verbose. -f fromformat Read a file in the given format from STDIN. "fromformat" can be one of: json - a json text encoded, either utf-8, utf16-be/le, utf32-be/le storable - a Storable frozen value storable-file - a Storable file (Storable has two incompatible formats) clzf - Compress::LZF format (requires that module to be installed) yaml - YAML (avoid at all costs, requires the YAML module :) eval - evaluate the given code as (non-utf-8) Perl, basically the reverse of "-t dump" -t toformat Write the file in the given format to STDOUT. "toformat" can be one of: json, json-utf-8 - json, utf-8 encoded json-pretty - as above, but pretty-printed json-utf-16le, json-utf-16be - little endian/big endian utf-16 json-utf-32le, json-utf-32be - little endian/big endian utf-32 storable - a Storable frozen value in network format storable-file - a Storable file in network format (Storable has two incompatible formats) clzf - Compress::LZF format yaml - YAML dump - Data::Dump dumper - Data::Dumper Note that Data::Dumper doesn't handle self-referential data structures correctly - use "dump" instead. EXAMPLES
json_xs -t null <isitreally.json "JSON Lint" - tries to parse the file isitreally.json as JSON - if it is valid JSON, the command outputs nothing, otherwise it will print an error message and exit with non-zero exit status. <src.json json_xs >pretty.json Prettify the JSON file src.json to dst.json. json_xs -f storable-file <file Read the serialised Storable file file and print a human-readable JSON version of it to STDOUT. json_xs -f storable-file -t yaml <file Same as above, but write YAML instead (not using JSON at all :) lwp-request http://cpantesters.perl.org/show/JSON-XS.json | json_xs Fetch the cpan-testers result summary "JSON::XS" and pretty-print it. AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 2008 Marc Lehmann <json@schmorp.de> perl v5.14.2 2010-08-17 JSON_XS(1p)
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