Version 0.10 adds support for UTF-8. It is built with different compiler/IDE version and should be treated as unstable. Regressions are expected and UTF-8 support may be not complete - please report any problems.
If you do not need Unicode support (or if you are fine with US-ASCII character subset that UTF-8 is compatible with) version 0.9 should be preferred.
This version also has 2 times larger executable (~5.5MB total: is it VCL/runtime bloat over 10 years?) and is two times slower when loading JSON than previous.
Changelog and downloads
- JSONedit_0_10.zip: initial release
- JSONedit_0_10_0_1.zip: catching EEncodeError (showing messagebox informing of invalid UTF-8 if loading string from opened file failed)
At the moment this branch is behind main as it is based on version 0.9.19. It looks like UTF-8 support is not that needed as it seemed and on my side using new C++ Builder Starter is little painful due to limited debugging functionality.
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