Just Released Some Simple JSON Encode/Decode Routines in Pure Lua
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I've got a lot of Lightroom-related stuff brewing that I've been wanting to release, but have been waiting for the energy to do proper writeups before doing so. But like the Tree Publisher plugin for Lightroom I released the other day, I've decided to just release things as is rather than wait indefinitely for free time that will never happen.

So, I've just added some simple JSON encode/decode routines in pure Lua to the short list of Lua routines I've published. I use these JSON routines in many of my plugins, and thought others might find them useful as well.

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