Pseudo-JSON with unquoted property names
cowan at ccil.org
Fri Jun 5 19:08:40 PDT 2009
Robert Sayre scripsit:
> Allowing unquoted names would result in documents that break many
> implementations on json.org.
They are not allowed in the sense that they are generated, only in
the sense that they are accepted. Whether they *should* be accepted
is another thing.
> some other langauages, but don't allow unquoted names. A more liberal
> "parseObjectLiteral" capability might be nice for a future standard.
> This would even break Firefox 3's JSON functionality (used internally
> and available to extensions).
Which functionality, the parser or the generator?
No, John. I want formats that are actually John Cowan
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