jwalk provides an easy way to inspect the object tree created by a JSON file via the command line.
The interface provided is a lot like a typical shell, with familiar commands like
More documentation (and fewer bugs) coming soon. In the meantime, install it via npm:
npm install -g coffee-script npm install -g jwalk
NOTE: Right now you need to install coffee-script globally for jwalk to work. Sorry about that. I'll fix it soon.
And then run it like this:
It can also handle gzipped files. If the extension is .gz, it will decompress the JSON data automatically.
Bug reports and pull requests welcome!