David E. Wheeler wrote:
> On Dec 31, 2009, at 1:04 AM, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
>> I think the primary use will be to load a JSON value into Perl or Python
>> and process it there. So a json type that doesn't have any interesting
>> operators doesn't sound useless to me. The features I would like to get
>> out of it are input validation and encoding handling and smooth
>> integration with said languages.
> What about access to various parts of a JSON data structure? Or is that just asking for too much trouble up-front?
IMNSHO it's essential. I think Peter's approach of ignoring this
requirement is extremely shortsighted.
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