A diff/patch pair for JSON-serialized data structures.
This is a forked version of json-delta which uses ujson instead of the standard library json package. This should speed things up a bit. Also includes changes to make more PEP-8 compliant. This is built for Python 3+ since you should be using that now;)
From the original version: json-delta v1.1.3: A diff/patch pair and library for JSON data structures. (http://json_delta.readthedocs.org/)
JSON-delta is a multi-language software suite for computing deltas between JSON-serialized data structures, and applying those deltas as patches. It enables separate programs at either end of a communications channel (e.g. client and server over HTTP, or two processes talking to one another using bidirectional IPC) to manipulate a data structure while minimizing communications overhead.
This is the python implementation. It requires Python version 2.7 or newer (including Python 3). It can be installed in the standard way:
$ python setup.py install
(potentially needing superuser privileges). This will install a single module named json_delta, and scripts named json_diff, json_patch and json_cat.
HTML documentation for all four of these can be found in the doc/ directory, along with manpages for the scripts.
Donations to support the continuing development of JSON-delta will be gratefully received via gratipay (https://gratipay.com/phijaro), PayPal (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bitcoin: (1HPJHRpVSm1Y4zrgppd2c6LysjxeabbQN4).
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