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Merge pull request #482 from kitcambridge/json3@3.2.4

Add JSON v3.2.4
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+/*! JSON v3.2.4 | http://bestiejs.github.com/json3 | Copyright 2012, Kit Cambridge | http://kit.mit-license.org */
+;(function () {
+ // Convenience aliases.
+ var getClass = {}.toString, isProperty, forEach, undef;
+
+ // Detect the `define` function exposed by asynchronous module loaders. The
+ // strict `define` check is necessary for compatibility with `r.js`.
+ var isLoader = typeof define === "function" && define.amd, JSON3 = !isLoader && typeof exports == "object" && exports;
+
+ if (JSON3 || isLoader) {
+ if (typeof JSON == "object" && JSON) {
+ // Delegate to the native `stringify` and `parse` implementations in
+ // asynchronous module loaders and CommonJS environments.
+ if (isLoader) {
+ JSON3 = JSON;
+ } else {
+ JSON3.stringify = JSON.stringify;
+ JSON3.parse = JSON.parse;
+ }
+ } else if (isLoader) {
+ JSON3 = this.JSON = {};
+ }
+ } else {
+ // Export for web browsers and JavaScript engines.
+ JSON3 = this.JSON || (this.JSON = {});
+ }
+
+ // Local variables.
+ var Escapes, toPaddedString, quote, serialize;
+ var fromCharCode, Unescapes, abort, lex, get, walk, update, Index, Source;
+
+ // Test the `Date#getUTC*` methods. Based on work by @Yaffle.
+ var isExtended = new Date(-3509827334573292), floor, Months, getDay;
+
+ try {
+ // The `getUTCFullYear`, `Month`, and `Date` methods return nonsensical
+ // results for certain dates in Opera >= 10.53.
+ isExtended = isExtended.getUTCFullYear() == -109252 && isExtended.getUTCMonth() === 0 && isExtended.getUTCDate() == 1 &&
+ // Safari < 2.0.2 stores the internal millisecond time value correctly,
+ // but clips the values returned by the date methods to the range of
+ // signed 32-bit integers ([-2 ** 31, 2 ** 31 - 1]).
+ isExtended.getUTCHours() == 10 && isExtended.getUTCMinutes() == 37 && isExtended.getUTCSeconds() == 6 && isExtended.getUTCMilliseconds() == 708;
+ } catch (exception) {}
+
+ // Internal: Determines whether the native `JSON.stringify` and `parse`
+ // implementations are spec-compliant. Based on work by Ken Snyder.
+ function has(name) {
+ var stringifySupported, parseSupported, value, serialized = '{"A":[1,true,false,null,"\\u0000\\b\\n\\f\\r\\t"]}', all = name == "json";
+ if (all || name == "json-stringify" || name == "json-parse") {
+ // Test `JSON.stringify`.
+ if (name == "json-stringify" || all) {
+ if ((stringifySupported = typeof JSON3.stringify == "function" && isExtended)) {
+ // A test function object with a custom `toJSON` method.
+ (value = function () {
+ return 1;
+ }).toJSON = value;
+ try {
+ stringifySupported =
+ // Firefox 3.1b1 and b2 serialize string, number, and boolean
+ // primitives as object literals.
+ JSON3.stringify(0) === "0" &&
+ // FF 3.1b1, b2, and JSON 2 serialize wrapped primitives as object
+ // literals.
+ JSON3.stringify(new Number()) === "0" &&
+ JSON3.stringify(new String()) == '""' &&
+ // FF 3.1b1, 2 throw an error if the value is `null`, `undefined`, or
+ // does not define a canonical JSON representation (this applies to
+ // objects with `toJSON` properties as well, *unless* they are nested
+ // within an object or array).
+ JSON3.stringify(getClass) === undef &&
+ // IE 8 serializes `undefined` as `"undefined"`. Safari <= 5.1.7 and
+ // FF 3.1b3 pass this test.
+ JSON3.stringify(undef) === undef &&
+ // Safari <= 5.1.7 and FF 3.1b3 throw `Error`s and `TypeError`s,
+ // respectively, if the value is omitted entirely.
+ JSON3.stringify() === undef &&
+ // FF 3.1b1, 2 throw an error if the given value is not a number,
+ // string, array, object, Boolean, or `null` literal. This applies to
+ // objects with custom `toJSON` methods as well, unless they are nested
+ // inside object or array literals. YUI 3.0.0b1 ignores custom `toJSON`
+ // methods entirely.
+ JSON3.stringify(value) === "1" &&
+ JSON3.stringify([value]) == "[1]" &&
+ // Prototype <= 1.6.1 serializes `[undefined]` as `"[]"` instead of
+ // `"[null]"`.
+ JSON3.stringify([undef]) == "[null]" &&
+ // YUI 3.0.0b1 fails to serialize `null` literals.
+ JSON3.stringify(null) == "null" &&
+ // FF 3.1b1, 2 halts serialization if an array contains a function:
+ // `[1, true, getClass, 1]` serializes as "[1,true,],". These versions
+ // of Firefox also allow trailing commas in JSON objects and arrays.
+ // FF 3.1b3 elides non-JSON values from objects and arrays, unless they
+ // define custom `toJSON` methods.
+ JSON3.stringify([undef, getClass, null]) == "[null,null,null]" &&
+ // Simple serialization test. FF 3.1b1 uses Unicode escape sequences
+ // where character escape codes are expected (e.g., `\b` => `\u0008`).
+ JSON3.stringify({ "A": [value, true, false, null, "\0\b\n\f\r\t"] }) == serialized &&
+ // FF 3.1b1 and b2 ignore the `filter` and `width` arguments.
+ JSON3.stringify(null, value) === "1" &&
+ JSON3.stringify([1, 2], null, 1) == "[\n 1,\n 2\n]" &&
+ // JSON 2, Prototype <= 1.7, and older WebKit builds incorrectly
+ // serialize extended years.
+ JSON3.stringify(new Date(-8.64e15)) == '"-271821-04-20T00:00:00.000Z"' &&
+ // The milliseconds are optional in ES 5, but required in 5.1.
+ JSON3.stringify(new Date(8.64e15)) == '"+275760-09-13T00:00:00.000Z"' &&
+ // Firefox <= 11.0 incorrectly serializes years prior to 0 as negative
+ // four-digit years instead of six-digit years. Credits: @Yaffle.
+ JSON3.stringify(new Date(-621987552e5)) == '"-000001-01-01T00:00:00.000Z"' &&
+ // Safari <= 5.1.5 and Opera >= 10.53 incorrectly serialize millisecond
+ // values less than 1000. Credits: @Yaffle.
+ JSON3.stringify(new Date(-1)) == '"1969-12-31T23:59:59.999Z"';
+ } catch (exception) {
+ stringifySupported = false;
+ }
+ }
+ if (!all) {
+ return stringifySupported;
+ }
+ }
+ // Test `JSON.parse`.
+ if (name == "json-parse" || all) {
+ if (typeof JSON3.parse == "function") {
+ try {
+ // FF 3.1b1, b2 will throw an exception if a bare literal is provided.
+ // Conforming implementations should also coerce the initial argument to
+ // a string prior to parsing.
+ if (JSON3.parse("0") === 0 && !JSON3.parse(false)) {
+ // Simple parsing test.
+ value = JSON3.parse(serialized);
+ if ((parseSupported = value.A.length == 5 && value.A[0] == 1)) {
+ try {
+ // Safari <= 5.1.2 and FF 3.1b1 allow unescaped tabs in strings.
+ parseSupported = !JSON3.parse('"\t"');
+ } catch (exception) {}
+ if (parseSupported) {
+ try {
+ // FF 4.0 and 4.0.1 allow leading `+` signs, and leading and
+ // trailing decimal points. FF 4.0, 4.0.1, and IE 9-10 also
+ // allow certain octal literals.
+ parseSupported = JSON3.parse("01") != 1;
+ } catch (exception) {}
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ } catch (exception) {
+ parseSupported = false;
+ }
+ }
+ if (!all) {
+ return parseSupported;
+ }
+ }
+ return stringifySupported && parseSupported;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (!has("json")) {
+ // Define additional utility methods if the `Date` methods are buggy.
+ if (!isExtended) {
+ floor = Math.floor;
+ // A mapping between the months of the year and the number of days between
+ // January 1st and the first of the respective month.
+ Months = [0, 31, 59, 90, 120, 151, 181, 212, 243, 273, 304, 334];
+ // Internal: Calculates the number of days between the Unix epoch and the
+ // first day of the given month.
+ getDay = function (year, month) {
+ return Months[month] + 365 * (year - 1970) + floor((year - 1969 + (month = +(month > 1))) / 4) - floor((year - 1901 + month) / 100) + floor((year - 1601 + month) / 400);
+ };
+ }
+
+ // Internal: Determines if a property is a direct property of the given
+ // object. Delegates to the native `Object#hasOwnProperty` method.
+ if (!(isProperty = {}.hasOwnProperty)) {
+ isProperty = function (property) {
+ var members = {}, constructor;
+ if ((members.__proto__ = null, members.__proto__ = {
+ // The *proto* property cannot be set multiple times in recent
+ // versions of Firefox and SeaMonkey.
+ "toString": 1
+ }, members).toString != getClass) {
+ // Safari <= 2.0.3 doesn't implement `Object#hasOwnProperty`, but
+ // supports the mutable *proto* property.
+ isProperty = function (property) {
+ // Capture and break the object's prototype chain (see section 8.6.2
+ // of the ES 5.1 spec). The parenthesized expression prevents an
+ // unsafe transformation by the Closure Compiler.
+ var original = this.__proto__, result = property in (this.__proto__ = null, this);
+ // Restore the original prototype chain.
+ this.__proto__ = original;
+ return result;
+ };
+ } else {
+ // Capture a reference to the top-level `Object` constructor.
+ constructor = members.constructor;
+ // Use the `constructor` property to simulate `Object#hasOwnProperty` in
+ // other environments.
+ isProperty = function (property) {
+ var parent = (this.constructor || constructor).prototype;
+ return property in this && !(property in parent && this[property] === parent[property]);
+ };
+ }
+ members = null;
+ return isProperty.call(this, property);
+ };
+ }
+
+ // Internal: Normalizes the `for...in` iteration algorithm across
+ // environments. Each enumerated key is yielded to a `callback` function.
+ forEach = function (object, callback) {
+ var size = 0, Properties, members, property, forEach;
+
+ // Tests for bugs in the current environment's `for...in` algorithm. The
+ // `valueOf` property inherits the non-enumerable flag from
+ // `Object.prototype` in older versions of IE, Netscape, and Mozilla.
+ (Properties = function () {
+ this.valueOf = 0;
+ }).prototype.valueOf = 0;
+
+ // Iterate over a new instance of the `Properties` class.
+ members = new Properties();
+ for (property in members) {
+ // Ignore all properties inherited from `Object.prototype`.
+ if (isProperty.call(members, property)) {
+ size++;
+ }
+ }
+ Properties = members = null;
+
+ // Normalize the iteration algorithm.
+ if (!size) {
+ // A list of non-enumerable properties inherited from `Object.prototype`.
+ members = ["valueOf", "toString", "toLocaleString", "propertyIsEnumerable", "isPrototypeOf", "hasOwnProperty", "constructor"];
+ // IE <= 8, Mozilla 1.0, and Netscape 6.2 ignore shadowed non-enumerable
+ // properties.
+ forEach = function (object, callback) {
+ var isFunction = getClass.call(object) == "[object Function]", property, length;
+ for (property in object) {
+ // Gecko <= 1.0 enumerates the `prototype` property of functions under
+ // certain conditions; IE does not.
+ if (!(isFunction && property == "prototype") && isProperty.call(object, property)) {
+ callback(property);
+ }
+ }
+ // Manually invoke the callback for each non-enumerable property.
+ for (length = members.length; property = members[--length]; isProperty.call(object, property) && callback(property));
+ };
+ } else if (size == 2) {
+ // Safari <= 2.0.4 enumerates shadowed properties twice.
+ forEach = function (object, callback) {
+ // Create a set of iterated properties.
+ var members = {}, isFunction = getClass.call(object) == "[object Function]", property;
+ for (property in object) {
+ // Store each property name to prevent double enumeration. The
+ // `prototype` property of functions is not enumerated due to cross-
+ // environment inconsistencies.
+ if (!(isFunction && property == "prototype") && !isProperty.call(members, property) && (members[property] = 1) && isProperty.call(object, property)) {
+ callback(property);
+ }
+ }
+ };
+ } else {
+ // No bugs detected; use the standard `for...in` algorithm.
+ forEach = function (object, callback) {
+ var isFunction = getClass.call(object) == "[object Function]", property, isConstructor;
+ for (property in object) {
+ if (!(isFunction && property == "prototype") && isProperty.call(object, property) && !(isConstructor = property === "constructor")) {
+ callback(property);
+ }
+ }
+ // Manually invoke the callback for the `constructor` property due to
+ // cross-environment inconsistencies.
+ if (isConstructor || isProperty.call(object, (property = "constructor"))) {
+ callback(property);
+ }
+ };
+ }
+ return forEach(object, callback);
+ };
+
+ // Public: Serializes a JavaScript `value` as a JSON string. The optional
+ // `filter` argument may specify either a function that alters how object and
+ // array members are serialized, or an array of strings and numbers that
+ // indicates which properties should be serialized. The optional `width`
+ // argument may be either a string or number that specifies the indentation
+ // level of the output.
+ if (!has("json-stringify")) {
+ // Internal: A map of control characters and their escaped equivalents.
+ Escapes = {
+ "\\": "\\\\",
+ '"': '\\"',
+ "\b": "\\b",
+ "\f": "\\f",
+ "\n": "\\n",
+ "\r": "\\r",
+ "\t": "\\t"
+ };
+
+ // Internal: Converts `value` into a zero-padded string such that its
+ // length is at least equal to `width`. The `width` must be <= 6.
+ toPaddedString = function (width, value) {
+ // The `|| 0` expression is necessary to work around a bug in
+ // Opera <= 7.54u2 where `0 == -0`, but `String(-0) !== "0"`.
+ return ("000000" + (value || 0)).slice(-width);
+ };
+
+ // Internal: Double-quotes a string `value`, replacing all ASCII control
+ // characters (characters with code unit values between 0 and 31) with
+ // their escaped equivalents. This is an implementation of the
+ // `Quote(value)` operation defined in ES 5.1 section 15.12.3.
+ quote = function (value) {
+ var result = '"', index = 0, symbol;
+ for (; symbol = value.charAt(index); index++) {
+ // Escape the reverse solidus, double quote, backspace, form feed, line
+ // feed, carriage return, and tab characters.
+ result += '\\"\b\f\n\r\t'.indexOf(symbol) > -1 ? Escapes[symbol] :
+ // If the character is a control character, append its Unicode escape
+ // sequence; otherwise, append the character as-is.
+ (Escapes[symbol] = symbol < " " ? "\\u00" + toPaddedString(2, symbol.charCodeAt(0).toString(16)) : symbol);
+ }
+ return result + '"';
+ };
+
+ // Internal: Recursively serializes an object. Implements the
+ // `Str(key, holder)`, `JO(value)`, and `JA(value)` operations.
+ serialize = function (property, object, callback, properties, whitespace, indentation, stack) {
+ var value = object[property], className, year, month, date, time, hours, minutes, seconds, milliseconds, results, element, index, length, prefix, any, result;
+ if (typeof value == "object" && value) {
+ className = getClass.call(value);
+ if (className == "[object Date]" && !isProperty.call(value, "toJSON")) {
+ if (value > -1 / 0 && value < 1 / 0) {
+ // Dates are serialized according to the `Date#toJSON` method
+ // specified in ES 5.1 section 15.9.5.44. See section 15.9.1.15
+ // for the ISO 8601 date time string format.
+ if (getDay) {
+ // Manually compute the year, month, date, hours, minutes,
+ // seconds, and milliseconds if the `getUTC*` methods are
+ // buggy. Adapted from @Yaffle's `date-shim` project.
+ date = floor(value / 864e5);
+ for (year = floor(date / 365.2425) + 1970 - 1; getDay(year + 1, 0) <= date; year++);
+ for (month = floor((date - getDay(year, 0)) / 30.42); getDay(year, month + 1) <= date; month++);
+ date = 1 + date - getDay(year, month);
+ // The `time` value specifies the time within the day (see ES
+ // 5.1 section 15.9.1.2). The formula `(A % B + B) % B` is used
+ // to compute `A modulo B`, as the `%` operator does not
+ // correspond to the `modulo` operation for negative numbers.
+ time = (value % 864e5 + 864e5) % 864e5;
+ // The hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds are obtained by
+ // decomposing the time within the day. See section 15.9.1.10.
+ hours = floor(time / 36e5) % 24;
+ minutes = floor(time / 6e4) % 60;
+ seconds = floor(time / 1e3) % 60;
+ milliseconds = time % 1e3;
+ } else {
+ year = value.getUTCFullYear();
+ month = value.getUTCMonth();
+ date = value.getUTCDate();
+ hours = value.getUTCHours();
+ minutes = value.getUTCMinutes();
+ seconds = value.getUTCSeconds();
+ milliseconds = value.getUTCMilliseconds();
+ }
+ // Serialize extended years correctly.
+ value = (year <= 0 || year >= 1e4 ? (year < 0 ? "-" : "+") + toPaddedString(6, year < 0 ? -year : year) : toPaddedString(4, year)) +
+ "-" + toPaddedString(2, month + 1) + "-" + toPaddedString(2, date) +
+ // Months, dates, hours, minutes, and seconds should have two
+ // digits; milliseconds should have three.
+ "T" + toPaddedString(2, hours) + ":" + toPaddedString(2, minutes) + ":" + toPaddedString(2, seconds) +
+ // Milliseconds are optional in ES 5.0, but required in 5.1.
+ "." + toPaddedString(3, milliseconds) + "Z";
+ } else {
+ value = null;
+ }
+ } else if (typeof value.toJSON == "function" && ((className != "[object Number]" && className != "[object String]" && className != "[object Array]") || isProperty.call(value, "toJSON"))) {
+ // Prototype <= 1.6.1 adds non-standard `toJSON` methods to the
+ // `Number`, `String`, `Date`, and `Array` prototypes. JSON 3
+ // ignores all `toJSON` methods on these objects unless they are
+ // defined directly on an instance.
+ value = value.toJSON(property);
+ }
+ }
+ if (callback) {
+ // If a replacement function was provided, call it to obtain the value
+ // for serialization.
+ value = callback.call(object, property, value);
+ }
+ if (value === null) {
+ return "null";
+ }
+ className = getClass.call(value);
+ if (className == "[object Boolean]") {
+ // Booleans are represented literally.
+ return "" + value;
+ } else if (className == "[object Number]") {
+ // JSON numbers must be finite. `Infinity` and `NaN` are serialized as
+ // `"null"`.
+ return value > -1 / 0 && value < 1 / 0 ? "" + value : "null";
+ } else if (className == "[object String]") {
+ // Strings are double-quoted and escaped.
+ return quote(value);
+ }
+ // Recursively serialize objects and arrays.
+ if (typeof value == "object") {
+ // Check for cyclic structures. This is a linear search; performance
+ // is inversely proportional to the number of unique nested objects.
+ for (length = stack.length; length--;) {
+ if (stack[length] === value) {
+ // Cyclic structures cannot be serialized by `JSON.stringify`.
+ throw TypeError();
+ }
+ }
+ // Add the object to the stack of traversed objects.
+ stack.push(value);
+ results = [];
+ // Save the current indentation level and indent one additional level.
+ prefix = indentation;
+ indentation += whitespace;
+ if (className == "[object Array]") {
+ // Recursively serialize array elements.
+ for (index = 0, length = value.length; index < length; any || (any = true), index++) {
+ element = serialize(index, value, callback, properties, whitespace, indentation, stack);
+ results.push(element === undef ? "null" : element);
+ }
+ result = any ? (whitespace ? "[\n" + indentation + results.join(",\n" + indentation) + "\n" + prefix + "]" : ("[" + results.join(",") + "]")) : "[]";
+ } else {
+ // Recursively serialize object members. Members are selected from
+ // either a user-specified list of property names, or the object
+ // itself.
+ forEach(properties || value, function (property) {
+ var element = serialize(property, value, callback, properties, whitespace, indentation, stack);
+ if (element !== undef) {
+ // According to ES 5.1 section 15.12.3: "If `gap` {whitespace}
+ // is not the empty string, let `member` {quote(property) + ":"}
+ // be the concatenation of `member` and the `space` character."
+ // The "`space` character" refers to the literal space
+ // character, not the `space` {width} argument provided to
+ // `JSON.stringify`.
+ results.push(quote(property) + ":" + (whitespace ? " " : "") + element);
+ }
+ any || (any = true);
+ });
+ result = any ? (whitespace ? "{\n" + indentation + results.join(",\n" + indentation) + "\n" + prefix + "}" : ("{" + results.join(",") + "}")) : "{}";
+ }
+ // Remove the object from the traversed object stack.
+ stack.pop();
+ return result;
+ }
+ };
+
+ // Public: `JSON.stringify`. See ES 5.1 section 15.12.3.
+ JSON3.stringify = function (source, filter, width) {
+ var whitespace, callback, properties, index, length, value;
+ if (typeof filter == "function" || typeof filter == "object" && filter) {
+ if (getClass.call(filter) == "[object Function]") {
+ callback = filter;
+ } else if (getClass.call(filter) == "[object Array]") {
+ // Convert the property names array into a makeshift set.
+ properties = {};
+ for (index = 0, length = filter.length; index < length; value = filter[index++], ((getClass.call(value) == "[object String]" || getClass.call(value) == "[object Number]") && (properties[value] = 1)));
+ }
+ }
+ if (width) {
+ if (getClass.call(width) == "[object Number]") {
+ // Convert the `width` to an integer and create a string containing
+ // `width` number of space characters.
+ if ((width -= width % 1) > 0) {
+ for (whitespace = "", width > 10 && (width = 10); whitespace.length < width; whitespace += " ");
+ }
+ } else if (getClass.call(width) == "[object String]") {
+ whitespace = width.length <= 10 ? width : width.slice(0, 10);
+ }
+ }
+ // Opera <= 7.54u2 discards the values associated with empty string keys
+ // (`""`) only if they are used directly within an object member list
+ // (e.g., `!("" in { "": 1})`).
+ return serialize("", (value = {}, value[""] = source, value), callback, properties, whitespace, "", []);
+ };
+ }
+
+ // Public: Parses a JSON source string.
+ if (!has("json-parse")) {
+ fromCharCode = String.fromCharCode;
+ // Internal: A map of escaped control characters and their unescaped
+ // equivalents.
+ Unescapes = {
+ "\\": "\\",
+ '"': '"',
+ "/": "/",
+ "b": "\b",
+ "t": "\t",
+ "n": "\n",
+ "f": "\f",
+ "r": "\r"
+ };
+
+ // Internal: Resets the parser state and throws a `SyntaxError`.
+ abort = function() {
+ Index = Source = null;
+ throw SyntaxError();
+ };
+
+ // Internal: Returns the next token, or `"$"` if the parser has reached
+ // the end of the source string. A token may be a string, number, `null`
+ // literal, or Boolean literal.
+ lex = function () {
+ var source = Source, length = source.length, symbol, value, begin, position, sign;
+ while (Index < length) {
+ symbol = source.charAt(Index);
+ if ("\t\r\n ".indexOf(symbol) > -1) {
+ // Skip whitespace tokens, including tabs, carriage returns, line
+ // feeds, and space characters.
+ Index++;
+ } else if ("{}[]:,".indexOf(symbol) > -1) {
+ // Parse a punctuator token at the current position.
+ Index++;
+ return symbol;
+ } else if (symbol == '"') {
+ // Advance to the next character and parse a JSON string at the
+ // current position. String tokens are prefixed with the sentinel
+ // `@` character to distinguish them from punctuators.
+ for (value = "@", Index++; Index < length;) {
+ symbol = source.charAt(Index);
+ if (symbol < " ") {
+ // Unescaped ASCII control characters are not permitted.
+ abort();
+ } else if (symbol == "\\") {
+ // Parse escaped JSON control characters, `"`, `\`, `/`, and
+ // Unicode escape sequences.
+ symbol = source.charAt(++Index);
+ if ('\\"/btnfr'.indexOf(symbol) > -1) {
+ // Revive escaped control characters.
+ value += Unescapes[symbol];
+ Index++;
+ } else if (symbol == "u") {
+ // Advance to the first character of the escape sequence.
+ begin = ++Index;
+ // Validate the Unicode escape sequence.
+ for (position = Index + 4; Index < position; Index++) {
+ symbol = source.charAt(Index);
+ // A valid sequence comprises four hexdigits that form a
+ // single hexadecimal value.
+ if (!(symbol >= "0" && symbol <= "9" || symbol >= "a" && symbol <= "f" || symbol >= "A" && symbol <= "F")) {
+ // Invalid Unicode escape sequence.
+ abort();
+ }
+ }
+ // Revive the escaped character.
+ value += fromCharCode("0x" + source.slice(begin, Index));
+ } else {
+ // Invalid escape sequence.
+ abort();
+ }
+ } else {
+ if (symbol == '"') {
+ // An unescaped double-quote character marks the end of the
+ // string.
+ break;
+ }
+ // Append the original character as-is.
+ value += symbol;
+ Index++;
+ }
+ }
+ if (source.charAt(Index) == '"') {
+ Index++;
+ // Return the revived string.
+ return value;
+ }
+ // Unterminated string.
+ abort();
+ } else {
+ // Parse numbers and literals.
+ begin = Index;
+ // Advance the scanner's position past the sign, if one is
+ // specified.
+ if (symbol == "-") {
+ sign = true;
+ symbol = source.charAt(++Index);
+ }
+ // Parse an integer or floating-point value.
+ if (symbol >= "0" && symbol <= "9") {
+ // Leading zeroes are interpreted as octal literals.
+ if (symbol == "0" && (symbol = source.charAt(Index + 1), symbol >= "0" && symbol <= "9")) {
+ // Illegal octal literal.
+ abort();
+ }
+ sign = false;
+ // Parse the integer component.
+ for (; Index < length && (symbol = source.charAt(Index), symbol >= "0" && symbol <= "9"); Index++);
+ // Floats cannot contain a leading decimal point; however, this
+ // case is already accounted for by the parser.
+ if (source.charAt(Index) == ".") {
+ position = ++Index;
+ // Parse the decimal component.
+ for (; position < length && (symbol = source.charAt(position), symbol >= "0" && symbol <= "9"); position++);
+ if (position == Index) {
+ // Illegal trailing decimal.
+ abort();
+ }
+ Index = position;
+ }
+ // Parse exponents.
+ symbol = source.charAt(Index);
+ if (symbol == "e" || symbol == "E") {
+ // Skip past the sign following the exponent, if one is
+ // specified.
+ symbol = source.charAt(++Index);
+ if (symbol == "+" || symbol == "-") {
+ Index++;
+ }
+ // Parse the exponential component.
+ for (position = Index; position < length && (symbol = source.charAt(position), symbol >= "0" && symbol <= "9"); position++);
+ if (position == Index) {
+ // Illegal empty exponent.
+ abort();
+ }
+ Index = position;
+ }
+ // Coerce the parsed value to a JavaScript number.
+ return +source.slice(begin, Index);
+ }
+ // A negative sign may only precede numbers.
+ if (sign) {
+ abort();
+ }
+ // `true`, `false`, and `null` literals.
+ if (source.slice(Index, Index + 4) == "true") {
+ Index += 4;
+ return true;
+ } else if (source.slice(Index, Index + 5) == "false") {
+ Index += 5;
+ return false;
+ } else if (source.slice(Index, Index + 4) == "null") {
+ Index += 4;
+ return null;
+ }
+ // Unrecognized token.
+ abort();
+ }
+ }
+ // Return the sentinel `$` character if the parser has reached the end
+ // of the source string.
+ return "$";
+ };
+
+ // Internal: Parses a JSON `value` token.
+ get = function (value) {
+ var results, any, key;
+ if (value == "$") {
+ // Unexpected end of input.
+ abort();
+ }
+ if (typeof value == "string") {
+ if (value.charAt(0) == "@") {
+ // Remove the sentinel `@` character.
+ return value.slice(1);
+ }
+ // Parse object and array literals.
+ if (value == "[") {
+ // Parses a JSON array, returning a new JavaScript array.
+ results = [];
+ for (;; any || (any = true)) {
+ value = lex();
+ // A closing square bracket marks the end of the array literal.
+ if (value == "]") {
+ break;
+ }
+ // If the array literal contains elements, the current token
+ // should be a comma separating the previous element from the
+ // next.
+ if (any) {
+ if (value == ",") {
+ value = lex();
+ if (value == "]") {
+ // Unexpected trailing `,` in array literal.
+ abort();
+ }
+ } else {
+ // A `,` must separate each array element.
+ abort();
+ }
+ }
+ // Elisions and leading commas are not permitted.
+ if (value == ",") {
+ abort();
+ }
+ results.push(get(value));
+ }
+ return results;
+ } else if (value == "{") {
+ // Parses a JSON object, returning a new JavaScript object.
+ results = {};
+ for (;; any || (any = true)) {
+ value = lex();
+ // A closing curly brace marks the end of the object literal.
+ if (value == "}") {
+ break;
+ }
+ // If the object literal contains members, the current token
+ // should be a comma separator.
+ if (any) {
+ if (value == ",") {
+ value = lex();
+ if (value == "}") {
+ // Unexpected trailing `,` in object literal.
+ abort();
+ }
+ } else {
+ // A `,` must separate each object member.
+ abort();
+ }
+ }
+ // Leading commas are not permitted, object property names must be
+ // double-quoted strings, and a `:` must separate each property
+ // name and value.
+ if (value == "," || typeof value != "string" || value.charAt(0) != "@" || lex() != ":") {
+ abort();
+ }
+ results[value.slice(1)] = get(lex());
+ }
+ return results;
+ }
+ // Unexpected token encountered.
+ abort();
+ }
+ return value;
+ };
+
+ // Internal: Updates a traversed object member.
+ update = function(source, property, callback) {
+ var element = walk(source, property, callback);
+ if (element === undef) {
+ delete source[property];
+ } else {
+ source[property] = element;
+ }
+ };
+
+ // Internal: Recursively traverses a parsed JSON object, invoking the
+ // `callback` function for each value. This is an implementation of the
+ // `Walk(holder, name)` operation defined in ES 5.1 section 15.12.2.
+ walk = function (source, property, callback) {
+ var value = source[property], length;
+ if (typeof value == "object" && value) {
+ if (getClass.call(value) == "[object Array]") {
+ for (length = value.length; length--;) {
+ update(value, length, callback);
+ }
+ } else {
+ // `forEach` can't be used to traverse an array in Opera <= 8.54,
+ // as `Object#hasOwnProperty` returns `false` for array indices
+ // (e.g., `![1, 2, 3].hasOwnProperty("0")`).
+ forEach(value, function (property) {
+ update(value, property, callback);
+ });
+ }
+ }
+ return callback.call(source, property, value);
+ };
+
+ // Public: `JSON.parse`. See ES 5.1 section 15.12.2.
+ JSON3.parse = function (source, callback) {
+ var result, value;
+ Index = 0;
+ Source = source;
+ result = get(lex());
+ // If a JSON string contains multiple tokens, it is invalid.
+ if (lex() != "$") {
+ abort();
+ }
+ // Reset the parser state.
+ Index = Source = null;
+ return callback && getClass.call(callback) == "[object Function]" ? walk((value = {}, value[""] = result, value), "", callback) : result;
+ };
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Export for asynchronous module loaders.
+ if (isLoader) {
+ define(function () {
+ return JSON3;
+ });
+ }
+}).call(this);
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2  ajax/libs/json3/package.json
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{
"name": "json3",
- "version": "3.2.3",
+ "version": "3.2.4",
"filename": "json3.min.js",
"description": "A modern JSON implementation compatible with nearly all JavaScript platforms.",
"homepage": "http://bestiejs.github.com/json3",
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