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Add support to customize nested key delimiter #629

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devxoul commented Oct 15, 2016


This PR makes it available to use custom nested key delimiter in mapping.


Imagine that we have a JSON dictionary which has nested-dot-containing keys:

  "kr.xoul.user": {
    "": "Suyeol Jeon",
    "kr.xoul.username": "devxoul"

In this case, mapping function would not work properly.

func mapping(map: Map) {
  // this will parse the key as ["kr"]["xoul"]["user"]["kr"]["xoul"]["name"]
  name <- map[""]


Adding delimiter parameter to map subscript.

func mapping(map: Map) {
  // this will parse the key as ["kr.xoul.user"][""]
  name <- map["kr.xoul.user->", delimiter: "->"]


  • This PR also contains nested key support in ImmutableMappable. (will it better separating to another PR?)

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@tristanhimmelman tristanhimmelman merged commit 4553dff into Hearst-DD:master Oct 22, 2016

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