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Invalid json parsed without error #7

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richcollins opened this Issue Oct 21, 2009 · 2 comments

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richcollins commented Oct 21, 2009

The following string is parsed as the number 2009

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rtyler commented Dec 2, 2009

lloyd, for what it's worth I can reproduce this behavior with py-yajl

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davisp commented Apr 5, 2010

FWIW, I got around this issue by doing something like this:

    status = yajl_parse(handle, bin.data, bin.size);
    used = yajl_get_bytes_consumed(handle);

    // Parsing something like "2.0" (without quotes) will
    // cause a spurious semi-error. We add the extra size
    // check so that trailing garbage doesn't pass.
    if(status == yajl_status_insufficient_data && used == bin.size)
    {
        status = yajl_parse_complete(handle);
    }

    if(status == yajl_status_insufficient_data)
    {
        return ERROR;
    }

@lloyd lloyd closed this in 986516e Apr 20, 2011

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