Release date: 
Saturday, 29 December, 2012



Installation with rpm

This program is installable using the rpm package manager. See below for the install string. Required prerequisites are automatically processed by the package manager and, if needed, downloaded and installed.

json-c-doc-0.16-1.oc00 (03/05/2022)
Repository: Netlabs stable
json-c-debuginfo-0.16-1.oc00 (03/05/2022)
Repository: Netlabs stable
json-c-0.16-1.oc00 (03/05/2022)
Repository: Netlabs stable
0.16 (up to commit 66dcdf5, 2022-04-13) ======================================== Deprecated and removed features: -------------------------------- * JSON_C_OBJECT_KEY_IS_CONSTANT is deprecated in favor of JSON_C_OBJECT_ADD_CONSTANT_KEY * Direct access to lh_table and lh_entry structure members is deprecated. Use access functions instead, lh_table_head(), lh_entry_next(), etc... * Drop REFCOUNT_DEBUG code. New features ------------ * The 0.16 release introduces no new features Build changes ------------- * Add a DISABLE_EXTRA_LIBS option to skip using libbsd * Add a DISABLE_JSON_POINTER option to skip compiling in json_pointer support. Significant changes and bug fixes --------------------------------- * Cap string length at INT_MAX to avoid various issues with very long strings. * json_object_deep_copy: fix deep copy of strings containing '\0' * Fix read past end of buffer in the "json_parse" command * Avoid out of memory accesses in the locally provided vasprintf() function (for those platforms that use it) * Handle allocation failure in json_tokener_new_ex * Fix use-after-free in json_tokener_new_ex() in the event of printbuf_new() returning NULL * printbuf_memset(): set gaps to zero - areas within the print buffer which have not been initialized by using printbuf_memset * printbuf: return -1 on invalid arguments (len < 0 or total buffer > INT_MAX) * sprintbuf(): propagate printbuf_memappend errors back to the caller Optimizations -------------- * Speed up parsing by replacing ctype functions with simplified, faster non-locale-sensitive ones in json_tokener and json_object_to_json_string. * Neither vertical tab nor formfeed are considered whitespace per the JSON spec * json_object: speed up creation of objects, calloc() -> malloc() + set fields * Avoid needless extra strlen() call in json_c_shallow_copy_default() and json_object_equal() when the object is known to be a json_type_string. Other changes ------------- * Validate size arguments in arraylist functions. * Use getrandom() if available; with GRND_NONBLOCK to allow use of json-c very early during boot, such as part of cryptsetup. * Use arc4random() if it's available. * random_seed: on error, continue to next method instead of exiting the process * Close file when unable to read from /dev/urandom in get_dev_random_seed() ***
json-c-devel-0.16-1.oc00 (03/05/2022)
Repository: Netlabs stable (note: development files, not needed by the end user)
Repository: Netlabs stable
Record updated last time on: 15/02/2023 - 21:59

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