Class for wrapping JSON encoding/decoding functionality.
Given that the json extension to PHP will be enabled by default in PHP 5.2.0+, Solar_Json allows users to get a jump on JSON encoding and decoding early if the native json_* functions are not present.
Solar_Json::encode and Solar_Json::decode functions are designed to pass the same unit tests bundled with the native PHP json ext.
Based largely on the Services_JSON package by Michal Migurski, Matt Knapp and Brett Stimmerman. See the original code at » http://mike.teczno.com/JSON/JSON.phps
bypass_ext: Flag to instruct Solar_Json to bypass native json extension, if installed.
bypass_mb: Flag to instruct Solar_Json to bypass native mb_convert_encoding() function, if installed.
noerror: Flag to instruct Solar_Json to return null for values it cannot encode rather than throwing an exceptions (PHP-only encoding) or PHP warnings (native json_encode() function).
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Default destructor; does nothing other than provide a safe fallback for calls to parent::__destruct().
Decodes the $encodedValue string which is encoded in the JSON format.
Convenience method for getting a dump the whole object, or one of its properties, or an external variable.
Encodes the mixed $valueToEncode into JSON format.
Looks up class-specific locale strings based on a key.