Glue to hslua for aeson values.
This provides a
StackValue instance for aeson's
Value type. The following
conventions are used:
Nullvalues are encoded as a special value (stored in the registry field
nilwould cause problems with null-containing arrays.
Objects are converted to tables in a straight-forward way.
Arrays are converted to Lua tables. Array-length is included as the value at index 0. This makes it possible to distinguish between empty arrays and empty objects.
JSON numbers are converted to Lua numbers (usually doubles), which can cause a loss of precision.
This project is licensed under the liberal MIT license, the same license under which hslua and lua itself are published. See the [LICENSE](./LICENSE) file for details.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the hslua-aeson README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.