- Register .json files for JSONpad
- Updatet extern stuff like json2 parser, codemirror, jslint
- New settings window available at help menu
- Two validation levels (strict/low) available now.
- Cast all values from a xml to string values inside the json
It should work on all systems. But it works for sure on Linux Ubuntu 10.04 ;D. You should be able to open *.json files from your system with a double click if you registered JSONpad for it. There will be a dialog which ask you the first time, but you can also set/unset it at the new settings window.
Updatet extern stuff like json2 parser, codemirror, jslint
Just a few updates from the things above.
New settings window available at help menu
In the help menu you have a new item called "Settings". You can change there some options like "Register .json files", "start codemirror with syntax highlighting on startup", "check for update on startup" and the "Validation level".
Two validation levels (strict/low) available now
Cast all values from a xml to string values inside the json
After a suggestion by an other developer i inserted a toggle button at the xml converter window. With this button you can set that it will cast all datatypes from the xml values to strings inside the json result.