Kotlin library to fetch metadata from GoodReads
Working on a little new library to fetch book metadata from GoodReads, I stumbled upon a basic, yet tricky need/problem: pretty-printing data classes in Kotlin.
pretty print module for the jvm
This post on Reddit made me aware of a library that seems to provide exactly what I need: https://github.com/snowe2010/pretty-print. It is very lightweight, and depends solely on kotlin-reflect.
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