Removing py/object key/value pairs from JSON output

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Jamie Bullock

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May 25, 2011, 4:13:20 AM5/25/11
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Hi,

Thanks for making jsonpickle, it's a great module.

Is there a way to configure jsonpickle so that it omits the 'py/
object': '__main__.Foo' pairs from its output? Of course I can parse
them out myself, but that seems kind of ugly. I just want to use the
module to *generate* json, I don't need to de-serialize, so the 'py/
object' suff is kind of redundant.

Thanks,

Jamie

John Paulett

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May 25, 2011, 6:04:07 AM5/25/11
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Jamie,
You should be able to remove the jsonpickle-added attributes with the unpickable flag:

    jsonpickle.encode(value, unpicklable=False)

John

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