Seems proprietary (“free for non-commercial use”). No link to the source-code. No thanks.
You didn’t hear the news? It is free for any use for all Lobsters users.
The code may be open in the future.
Curious to know as a new user here, is only open source projects acceptable?
Not at all.
Thanks! I was thinking that maybe I’ve done something wrong :)
cat file.json | js-beautify - | vim - does the trick for me.
cat file.json | js-beautify - | vim -
Not being dismissive! I was just sharing an alternative solution. This is a neat project.
Thank you. Yes, that way can help a lot especially as Dadroit has not a Linux version for now.
Why are the speed comparisons against different product every time? Why not against just one (or all of them)?
For summarization, but have a reference to all. Tried to have the best of all in every category.
Ok, thank. This way it looks like you’re cherry-picking only measurement in your favor :)
Nah, just opposite of it to prevent the “This is too good” signal.
This is my first post here, so please let me know what do you think about it if you have any comments.
It’d be awesome if it supported jq‘s query language. I’d love a graphical tool that I could use to explore with it and then put the query into a script.
For now it has super fast string and RegEx search. jq language may be a nice option.
Just curious, did you use a cross-platform UI toolkit for this app? If so, which one? Or did you go native for each platform?
I used Lazarus and FreePascal language. It comes with a fantastic library called LCL. LCL compiles the UI controls to native.