JSON-RPC 2.0 Shell, version 1.6

Today I sent an email to my growing JSON-RPC 2.0 Shell fan base that a new release has come out.

So, what is new in the latest 1.6 version?

  • Pretty JSON formatting now has extra options. With the -p, –pretty (compact|regular|off) command line option you can now select between two formatting styles or turn pretty styling entirely off.
  • Per suggestion of Sven Schwarz, the -n, –no-strict option turns checking of the “jsonrpc” field off, thus enabling (limited) compatibility with the original (1.0) JSON-RPC protocol.
  • Also, to ease testing over HTTPS connection, there is now a -t, –trust-all command line option to accept self-signed certificates or certificates signed by a CA that is not in the default Java trust store.

The updated JSON-RPC 2.0 Shell manual is at http://software.dzhuvinov.com/json-rpc-2.0-shell.html