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Tired of using simplejson or cjson to encode and decode your data. Think that you need to have object support, like to exchange information outside of your class.

jspickle allows for any Python object to be serialized into JSON. This library is based on the cjson library and allows for the definition of custon serialization methods to objects. It will recursivly traverse objects and collection (set, list, dict, etc.) and convert them to json representation.

Usage>>> import jspickle
>>> class foo :
... def __init__(self) :
... self.name = 'hi there'
...
>>> print jspickle.encode(foo())
{"name": "hi there", "__class__": "foo"}Statusjspickle is currently beta quality code, currently used as the communications layer between PHP and Python.

Getting the Code svn checkout http://jspickle.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ jspickle-read-only Known IssuesTo DoBuild an installable package, not just SVN access. Helping OutSubmit bug reports

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cjson json pickle python simplejson

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