JSON Duplicate Keys
wycats at gmail.com
Sat Jun 8 17:31:18 PDT 2013
At two TC39 meetings, members of TC39 expressed deep concern about the
prospect of incompatible changes to JSON by the IETF. It seems as though
the IETF would like to consider one or more incompatible changes to JSON as
part of this standardization process. There is extremely little support on
TC39 for such changes.
We could keep an eye on the IETF list for the introduction of incompatible
changes and keep popping up to express this sentiment, but I believe that
it would be better if any proposed incompatible changes were raised here
before there was serious consideration in the IETF.
I do not believe that "you should have been paying attention" will be
sufficient to gain consensus on TC39 for incompatible changes.
On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 10:50 AM, Paul Hoffman <paul.hoffman at gmail.com>wrote:
> Just a note to emphasize what was said a few days ago: the revision of the
> JSON RFC is being discussed in the IETF right now. This topic is certainly
> one of the many that the JSON WG is discussing. If you want to participate
> in the conversation in a way that will affect the new RFC, you should
> probably be doing so in the JSON WG. Info at
> On Fri, Jun 7, 2013 at 9:51 AM, David Bruant <bruant.d at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Le 07/06/2013 06:41, Kevin Smith a écrit :
>>> "Get off my lawn!" comment (I will tag in and tag Doug out of the grumpy
>>> old men smackdown ring): you kids stop fiddling with JSON. It needs
>>> "fixing" like it needs a hole in the head.
>> Comment syntax sure would be nice though : P
>> As others suggested, create a different format that looks like JSON and
>> has comments. And just add yet another build-step to your build process.
>> Very much like what happens with SASS (comments are remove when compilation
>> to CSS occurs)
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