Re: [Json] Topic #4: Software Behavior

Stefan Drees <stefan@drees.name> Wed, 30 April 2014 06:05 UTC

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Am 29.04.14 19:29, schrieb Paul Hoffman:
>> "Section 3 of draft-json-01 implies draconian error handling - when a
>> message is specified to be i-json but the receiver finds, for example,
>> a dupe key, it is required to halt and catch fire. There's a chance
>> that this will be interpreted as 'tbray poisons JSON with XML
>> draconianism'. People with alternate language should suggest it."
>
> The current text is fine. It correctly sets the expectations for
> emitters about receivers that require I-JSON. Weakening the text will
> simply make draconian parsers seem like the bad actors.

+1 from my side