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Implementation of RFC7464 codec

Project Description

The firehose of your JSON

Introduction

RFC 7464 is a proposed standard for streaming JSON documents. It is meant to be used for things like loggers, which can use JSON to log structured data. It is designed to recover gracefully from file truncation, even in the middle – such as what happens when a previous run crashed badly, and the next run opens the existing log file for appending.

Contributing

We welcome issues and PRs on GitHub! Please adhere to the contributor covenant, conveniently placed in the root of the repository.

$ tox

Should succeed on pull requests when rebased against latest master for PRs before they can be merged, but not before they can be submitted. For your first PR, please add yourself to the list of authors in the LICENSE file.

For issues, if the problem is non-compliance with the RFC, please site the specific section, quote from the RFC, and (ideally) give a concrete example.

Documentation

Documentation is available on ReadTheDocs

Release History

Release History

This version
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17.7.0

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0.0.0

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