[Haskell] [ANN] yocto-0.1.2

Christopher Allen cma at bitemyapp.com
Tue Jan 28 20:13:31 UTC 2014

I like it a lot and just used it to help somebody intimidated by Parsec in
the IRC channel.

Still cringing at the read/show :)

On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 11:57 AM, Alvaro J. Genial <genial at alva.ro> wrote:

> Howdy,
> I'd like to present a minimal JSON encoding/decoding library:
>   http://hackage.haskell.org/package/yocto-0.1.2
> From the README:
> Yocto is exceedingly simple: it only exports one type, Value (which can
> represent any JSON-encoded data) in addition to Read and Show instances for
> it--which, respectively, take care of decoding and encoding values
> automatically.
> It's worth mentioning that Yocto handles numbers as Rationals rather than
> Doubles, which makes it faithful to the JSON standard and lets it handle
> rational numbers of arbitrary magnitude and precision.
> The name is a play on metric unit prefixes: AttoJson is a tiny JSON
> library, and Yocto is even smaller. (The entire implementation fits in
> fewer than 80 lines x 80 columns.)
> [It is meant primarily for interactive use and one-offs, which is how I'm
> handwaving hijacking Read and Show.]
> Anyway, I hope you find it useful; the code lives here:
>   https://github.com/ajg/yocto
> Alvaro
> http://alva.ro
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