jsoncpp-devel-1.8.0-3.1.x86_64.rpm


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Description

jsoncpp-devel - Development files for jsoncpp

Distribution: openSUSE 42.1
Repository: Packman all
Package name: jsoncpp-devel
Package version: 1.8.0
Package release: 3.1
Package architecture: x86_64
Package type: rpm
Installed size: 87.50 KB
Download size: 34.29 KB
Official Mirror: packman.inode.at
JSON is a lightweight data-interchange format. It can represent numbers, strings, ordered sequences of values, and collections of name/value pairs. JsonCpp is a C++ library that allows manipulating JSON values, including serialization and deserialization to and from strings. It can also preserve existing comment in unserialization/serialization steps, making it a convenient format to store user input files.

Alternatives

Requires

Provides

  • cmake(jsoncpp)
  • jsoncpp-devel = 1.8.0-3.1
  • jsoncpp-devel(x86-64) = 1.8.0-3.1
  • pkgconfig(jsoncpp) = 1.8.0

    Download

    Source package: jsoncpp-1.8.0-3.1.src.rpm

    Install Howto

    1. Add the Packman repository:
      # zypper addrepo http://packman.inode.at/suse/openSUSE_Leap_42.1/ packman
    2. Install jsoncpp-devel rpm package:
      # zypper install jsoncpp-devel

    Files

    • /usr/include/json/allocator.h
    • /usr/include/json/assertions.h
    • /usr/include/json/autolink.h
    • /usr/include/json/config.h
    • /usr/include/json/features.h
    • /usr/include/json/forwards.h
    • /usr/include/json/json.h
    • /usr/include/json/reader.h
    • /usr/include/json/value.h
    • /usr/include/json/version.h
    • /usr/include/json/writer.h
    • /usr/lib64/libjsoncpp.so
    • /usr/lib64/cmake/jsoncpp/jsoncppConfig-none.cmake
    • /usr/lib64/cmake/jsoncpp/jsoncppConfig.cmake
    • /usr/lib64/pkgconfig/jsoncpp.pc
    • /usr/share/doc/packages/jsoncpp-devel/AUTHORS
    • /usr/share/doc/packages/jsoncpp-devel/LICENSE
    • /usr/share/doc/packages/jsoncpp-devel/NEWS.txt
    • /usr/share/doc/packages/jsoncpp-devel/README.md

    Changelog

    2017-01-02 - mpluskal@suse.com - Update to version 1.8.0: * Build related changes, minimal required cmake is 3.1 - Execute tests in check section

    2016-10-14 - olaf@aepfle.de - Require cmake 3.0.2 for make_jobs

    2016-10-07 - nmoudra@suse.com - Update to vesrion 1.7.7: * At the suggestion of Peter Spiess-Knafl, we will bump the SOVERSION independent of the MAJOR.MINOR.MICRO version, in case we break binary compatibility. - Changes for version 1.7.6: * Prevent possible SEGV. (Thanks to @ngg.) * Add RPATH for OSX libs. (Please let us know if this causes a problem.) - Changes for version 1.7.5: * Fix locale for decimal points + Plus a fix for Android * int64_t for 64-bit integers * Optionally suppress space after comma * Avoid null for empty stringValue * Fix null ctor/dtor, using a "Meyers Singleton" + Thanks to @marklakata and @BillyDonahue in #488 in #490.

    2016-07-23 - mpluskal@suse.com - Update to version 1.7.4: * Fix pkg-config

    2016-06-30 - mpluskal@suse.com - Update to version 1.7.3: * Fix static initialization of null with Myers Singleton. * Fix other minor compiler and installation problems and warnings. * Fix amalgamated header. - Drop -doc subpackage

    2016-04-02 - mpluskal@suse.com - Update to 1.7.2 * Fix a clang warning

    2016-03-23 - mpluskal@suse.com - Update to 1.7.1 * New precision setting in StreamBuilder * Move-semantics for some ctors * Added details to exception messages * Clarified when exceptions are thrown * Support isinfinite() * Secure memory-wiping allocator (via compilation flag, settable via cmake) For this, we changed all STL datatypes to macros, but all unchanged by default. * Lots of minor build-related improvements + Notably, cmake support for ccache + More supported systems * Note: 1.7.0 was recalled b/c it accidentally included SecureAlloc by default

    2015-07-28 - mpluskal@suse.com - Update to 1.6.5 * Other changes are just comments.

    2015-04-20 - mpluskal@suse.com - Update to 1.6.2 * Do not truncate output at embedded zeroes.

    2015-04-04 - mpluskal@suse.com - Update to 1.6.1 * Fix compilation error for snprintf() for some compilers. - Update category for documentation

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