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   2023-08-14 07:25:36 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1247)
Log message:
*: recursive bump for Python 3.11 as new default
   2023-07-17 22:47:18 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
textproc/jless: update to 0.9.0

v0.9.0 (2023-07-16)

New features:
- A new command `ys` will copy unescaped string literals to the
  clipboard. Control characters remain escaped.
- The length of Arrays and size of Objects is now shown before the
  container previews, e.g., (`foo: (3) ["apple", "banana", \ 
- Add a new family of "print" commands, that nearly map to the existing
  copy commands, that will simply print a value to the screen. This is
  useful for viewing the entirety of long string values all at once, or
  if the clipboard functionality is not working; mouse-tracking will be
  temporarily disabled, allowing you to use your terminal's native
  clipboard capabilities to select and copy the desired text.
- Support showing line numbers, both absolute and/or relative. Absolute
  line numbers refer to what line number a given node would appear on if
  the document were pretty printed. This means there are discontinuities
  when in data mode because closing brackets and braces aren't
  displayed. Relative line numbers show how far a line is relative to
  the currently focused line. The behavior of the various combinations
  of these settings matches vim: when using just relative line numbers
  alone, the focused line will show `0`, but when both flags are enabled
  the focused line will show its absolute line number.
  - Absolute line numbers are enabled by default, but not relative line
    numbers. These can be enabled/disabled/re-enabled via command line
    flags `--line-numbers`, `--no-line-numbers`,
    `--relative-line-numbers` and `--no-relative-line-numbers`, or via
    the short flags `-n`, `-N`, `-r`, and `-R` respectively.
  - These settings can also be modified while jless is running. Entering
    `:set number`/`:set relativenumber` will enable these settings,
    `:set nonumber`/`:set norelativenumber` will disable them, and
    `:set number!`/`:set relativenumber!` will toggle them, matching
    vim's behavior.
  - There is not yet support for a jless config file, so if you would
    like relative line numbers by default, it is recommended to set up
    an alias: `alias jless=jless --line-numbers --relative-line-numbers`.
- You can jump to an exact line number using `<count>g` or `<count>G`.
  When using `<count>g` (lowercase 'g'), if the desired line number is
  hidden inside of a collapsed container, the last visible line number
  before the desired one will be focused. When using `<count>G`
  (uppercase 'G'), all the ancestors of the desired line will be
  expanded to ensure it is visible.
- Add `C` and `E` commands, analagous to the existing `c` and `e`
  commands, to deeply collapse/expand a node and all its siblings.

- In data mode, when a array element is focused, the highlighting on the
  index label (e.g., "[8]") is now inverted. Additionally, a '▶' is
  always displayed next to the currently focused line, even if the
  focused node is a primitive. Together these changes should make it
  more clear which line is focused, especially when the terminal's
  current style doesn't support dimming (`ESC [ 2 m`).
- When using the `c` and `e` commands (and the new `C` and `E`
  commands), the focused row will stay at the same spot on the screen.
  (Previously jless would try to keep the same row visible at the top of
  the screen, which didn't make sense.)

Bug fixes:
- Scrolling with the mouse will now move the viewing window, rather than
  the cursor.
- When searching, jless will do a better job jumping to the first match
  after the cursor; previously if a user started a search while focused
  on the opening of a Object or Array, any matches inside that container
  were initially skipped over.
- When jumping to a search match that is inside a collapsed container,
  search matches will continue to be highlighted after expanding the
- [Issue #71 / PR #98]: jless will return a non-zero exit code if it
  fails to parse the input.

Other notes:
- The minimum supported Rust version has been updated to 1.67.
- jless now re-renders the screen by emitting "clear line" escape codes
  (`ESC [ 2 K`) for each line, instead of a single "clear screen" escape
  code (`ESC [ 2 J`), in the hopes of reducing flicking when scrolling.
   2022-03-14 14:19:19 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
jless: add missing build dependencies
   2022-03-11 11:22:27 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
textproc/jless: update to 0.8.0

This new release of jless ships with two major new features: basic YAML support
and copying to clipboard!

jless will now check the file extension of the input file, and automatically
parse .yml and .yaml files as YAML and use the same viewer as for JSON data.
Alternatively passing in a --yaml flag will force jless to parse the input as
YAML and can be used when reading in YAML data from stdin.
(alias yless="jless --yaml" perhaps?) YAML aliases are automatically \ 
but their corresponding anchors are not visible, nor are comments. YAML supports
non-string keys, and even non-scalar keys in mappings (e.g., the key of map can
be an array with multiple elements). Non-string keys are shown with square
brackets, e.g., [true]: "value", instead of quotes. Non-scalar keys \ 
are handled
on the screen and displayed properly, but you cannot expand and collapse their
individual elements.

While navigating data, jless also now supports copying various items to your
system clipboard.

    yy will copy the value of the currently focused node, pretty printed
    yv will copy the value of the currently focused node in a "nicely" \ 
    one-line format
    yk will copy the key of the current key/value pair
    yp will copy the path from the root JSON element to the currently focused
    node, e.g., .foo[3].bar
    yb functions like yp, but always uses the bracket form for object keys,
    e.g., ["foo"][3]["bar"], which is useful if the \ 
environment where you'll
    paste the path doesn't support the .key format, like in Python
    yq will copy a jq style path that will select the currently focused node,
    e.g., .foo[].bar

This release also includes a couple of new movement commands, and some stability
fixes. The full list of changes can be seen below.
Full list of changes
New features:

    Support displaying YAML files with autodetection via file extension, or
    explicit --yaml or --json flags.
    Support copying values (with yy or yv), object keys (with yk), and paths to
    the currently focused node (with yp, yb or yq).
    Implement ctrl-u and ctrl-d commands to jump up and down by half the
    screen's height, or by a specified number of lines.
    Implement ctrl-b and ctrl-f commands for scrolling up and down by the height
    of the screen. (Aliases for PageUp and PageDown)


    Keep focused line in same place on screen when toggling between line and
    data modes; fix a crash when focused on a closing delimiter and switching to
    data mode.
    Pressing Escape will clear the input buffer and stop highlighting search

Bug Fixes:

    Ignore clicks on the status bar or below rather than focusing on hidden
    lines, and don't re-render the screen, allowing the path in the status bar
    to be highlighted and copied.
    Issue #61: Display error message for unrecognized CSI escape sequences and
    other IO errors instead of panicking.
    Issue #62: Fix broken window resizing / SIGWINCH detection caused by
    clashing signal handler registered by rustyline.
    PR #54: Fix panic when using Ctrl-C or Ctrl-D to cancel entering search

Other Notes:

    Upgraded regex crate to 1.5.5 due to CVE-2022-24713. jless accepts and
    compiles untrusted input as regexes, but you'd only DDOS yourself, so it's
    not terribly threatening vulnerability.
   2022-02-21 10:43:40 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
textproc/jless: update to 0.7.2

New features / changes:
-Space now toggles the collapsed state of the currently focused node, rather
 than moving down a line. (Functionality was previous available via i, but
 was undocumented; i has been unmapped.)

Bug fixes:
-Searching now works even when input is provided via STDIN.

-Upgraded from structopt to clap v3
   2022-02-10 11:50:22 by pin | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Remove conflict flag
   2022-02-10 09:31:23 by pin | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
textproc/jless: rename command

to avoid conflict with misc/ja-less.
   2022-02-10 08:45:23 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
*: add conflict between ja-less and jless due to bin/jless
   2022-02-09 18:02:46 by pin | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
textproc/jless: import package

jless is a command-line JSON viewer.
Use it as a replacement for whatever combination of less, jq, cat and your
editor you currently use for viewing JSON files.
It is written in Rust and can be installed as a single standalone binary.

   -Clean syntax highlighted display of JSON data, omitting quotes around
    object keys, closing object and array delimiters, and trailing commas.
   -Expand and collapse objects and arrays so you can see both the high- and
    low-level structure of the data.
   -A wealth of vim-inspired movement commands for efficiently moving around
    and viewing data.
   -Full regex-based search for finding exactly the data you're looking for.

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