[occi-wg] Simple JSON rendering for OCCI
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Tue May 12 05:50:00 CDT 2009
So long as the grammar is regular it can be transcoded from one to
another....just make it regular.
Roger Menday wrote:
> On 12 May 2009, at 11:20, Richard Davies wrote:
>>> Therein lies the problem - there are no "standard tools" nor any
>>> way to
>>> specify a cross-platform mechanical transform for JSON (at least
>>> not yet).
>> Yes, I agree with you there - if we're going with multiple formats
>> it'll be
>> easier to define XML -> JSON than JSON -> XML.
> Hi Richard,
> Rather than transforming across the actual formats, there seems to be
> a interest in defining a model and then describe how to render onto
> various data formats. So, rendering-down, rather then transforming-
> across. (?)
> The data formats discussion is a tricky one to resolve, as there's
> things to like in each of JSON, ATOM and key-value. That said, the
> "compliant, but non-interoperable implementations through supporting
> multiple representations" is a strong argument for a single format.
> Whatever that may be ...
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