Commit bff64115 authored by Lars Ingebrigtsen's avatar Lars Ingebrigtsen

Fix pretty-printing of multiple JSON objects

* lisp/json.el (json-pretty-print-max-secs): Make obsolete.
(json-pretty-print): Pretty-print all JSON objects in the region
instead of just the first one (and then deleting all other
objects) (bug#34160).
parent 864ab2c1
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......@@ -734,8 +734,8 @@ you will get the following structure returned:
"Return a JSON representation of OBJECT as a string.
OBJECT should have a structure like one returned by `json-read'.
If an error is detected during encoding, this function signals
an error based on `json-error'."
If an error is detected during encoding, an error based on
`json-error' is signalled."
(cond ((memq object (list t json-null json-false))
(json-encode-keyword object))
((stringp object) (json-encode-string object))
......@@ -762,6 +762,7 @@ With prefix argument MINIMIZE, minimize it instead."
The function `json-pretty-print' uses `replace-region-contents'
(which see) passing the value of this variable as argument
(make-obsolete-variable 'json-pretty-print-max-secs nil "27.1")
(defun json-pretty-print (begin end &optional minimize)
"Pretty-print selected region.
......@@ -771,14 +772,17 @@ With prefix argument MINIMIZE, minimize it instead."
;; Distinguish an empty objects from 'null'
(json-null :json-null)
;; Ensure that ordering is maintained
(json-object-type 'alist))
begin end
(lambda () (json-encode (json-read)))
;; FIXME: What's a good value here? Can we use something better,
;; e.g., by deriving a value from the size of the region?
(json-object-type 'alist)
(narrow-to-region begin end)
(goto-char begin)
(while (setq json (condition-case _
(json-error nil)))
(delete-region begin (point))
(insert (json-encode json))
(setq begin (point))))))
(defun json-pretty-print-buffer-ordered (&optional minimize)
"Pretty-print current buffer with object keys ordered.
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