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    Seems proprietary (“free for non-commercial use”). No link to the source-code. No thanks.

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      You didn’t hear the news? It is free for any use for all Lobsters users. The code may be open in the future.

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        Curious to know as a new user here, is only open source projects acceptable?

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          Not at all.

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            Thanks! I was thinking that maybe I’ve done something wrong :)

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        cat file.json | js-beautify - | vim - does the trick for me.

        Not being dismissive! I was just sharing an alternative solution. This is a neat project.

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          Thank you. Yes, that way can help a lot especially as Dadroit has not a Linux version for now.

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          Why are the speed comparisons against different product every time? Why not against just one (or all of them)?

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            For summarization, but have a reference to all. Tried to have the best of all in every category.

            • VSCode was the fastest in load (if you set all the limit values to high numbers).
            • Sublime was the best in memory usage.
            • NPP was the fastest between all for finding strings.
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              Ok, thank. This way it looks like you’re cherry-picking only measurement in your favor :)

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                Nah, just opposite of it to prevent the “This is too good” signal.

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            This is my first post here, so please let me know what do you think about it if you have any comments.

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              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.

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                For now it has super fast string and RegEx search. jq language may be a nice option. Thanks!

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                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?

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                  I used Lazarus and FreePascal language. It comes with a fantastic library called LCL. LCL compiles the UI controls to native.