[ANN]:JSONStream

Fábio Santos fabiosantosart at gmail.com
Wed Jul 17 21:45:07 CEST 2013


On 17 Jul 2013 20:40, "Sol Toure" <sol2ray at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I didn't look into using YAML processor.
> Also that would have required pre-processing the data to add the
separators.
> With this method you don't need the separators. You can have 0 or more
white space between objects:
>
> for obj in JSONStream(StringIO('''{"one":1}{"two":2}    {"three":3} 4
{"five": 5}''')):
>   print(obj)
>
> {"one":1}
> {"two":2}
> {"three":3}
> 4
> {"five":5}
>
> It solved my problem, so I thought someone might find it useful.
>
>
>
> On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 11:51 AM, Clark C. Evans <cce at clarkevans.com>
wrote:
>>
>> Looks interesting.  In YAML we used three dashes as the "stream
separator".
>> So already a YAML processor could handle a JSON stream ...
>>
>> >>> for doc in yaml.load_all("""
>> ... --- {"one": "value"}
>> ... --- {"two": "another"}
>> ... ---
>> ... {"three": "a third item in the stream",
>> ...  "with": "more data"}
>> ... """):
>> ...     print doc
>> ...
>> {'one': 'value'}
>> {'two': 'another'}
>> {'with': 'more data', 'three': 'a third item in the stream'}

I think this could be useful for the twitter stream api. It feeds
\n-separated json objects over time.
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