Discontinued Command-line JSON processor [Moved to: https://github.com/jqlang/jq] (by stedolan)
If there's no planned changes or unreleased work in the repo, then there's not much need for more releases. Jq is a pretty small tool and isn't obviously incomplete.
Though it's funny because I do agree that in the past that jq wasn't being released often enough. There was a popular Github issue with arguments and 70+ reactions about a confusing anti-feature in jq that turned out to have already been fixed and committed in 2015, before the Github issue was even opened, but the fix didn't actually make it into a released version until 2018! Definitely one of my more frustrating cases of investigating a software issue I ran into.
A jq clone focussed on correctness, speed, and simplicity
I hear you, but OTOH in this thread are two alternative implementations, one which seems especially focused on "bolt tightening" some of the edge cases: https://github.com/01mf02/jaq#assignments
Isn't the adage to only build a framework after the 3rd or 4th implementation? That seems to apply to writing a RFC, also
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Pure Go implementation of jq
Commandline tool for running SQL queries against JSON, CSV, Excel, Parquet, and more.
> dsq registers go-sqlite3-stdlib so you get access to numerous statistics, url, math, string, and regexp functions that aren't part of the SQLite base. (https://github.com/multiprocessio/dsq#standard-library)
Ah, I wondered if they rolled their own SQL parser, but no, I now see the sqlite.go in the repo and all is made clear
Command line interface to JMESPath - http://jmespath.org
I have a hard time suggesting such a thing, because I find JMESPath incredibly inferior to jq's expressiveness, but if you're in the AWS ecosystem much, you may enjoy https://github.com/jmespath/jp#readme which uses the same query language as does awscli (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-usage-f...). That may at least pay more dividends than keeping jq's language in your head where it will only ever be used by jq
A TUI playground to experiment with jq
jqp the Text User Interface for playing about with jq might help a bit.
You can have your input JSON terminal left, the output post jq terminal right and interactively edit your jq script elements above.
( based upon the Go implementation of jq )
CLI to transform between JSON, EDN, YAML and Transit using Clojure (by borkdude)
Since starting to use jet, I haven't found anything jq could do that jet couldn't also do but with the additional feature of actually being able to read what I've done with it days later.
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