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Author bob.ippolito
Recipients bob.ippolito, cben, ggenellina, rhettinger, steven.daprano
Date 2009-03-01.18:00:55
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I don't really want to see looser input requirements, making a JSON 
parser that is compatible with a subset of Python repr output isn't a 
design goal of mine.

This is absolutely false:
"Because single quotes are the only way (AFAIK) in which
Python's repr() produces invalid JSON (from JSONable combinations of 

>>> repr(object)
"<type 'object'>"

If you don't know JSON, I'm not sure throwing random input at the JSON 
parser is going to help you. Is that how you learned XML? There's plenty 
of info in the JSON documentation and a link to if you need 
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2009-03-01 18:00:59bob.ippolitosetrecipients: + bob.ippolito, rhettinger, cben, ggenellina, steven.daprano
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2009-03-01 18:00:56bob.ippolitolinkissue5067 messages
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