JSONUtil 1.6 has been released. Get it here
This release supports the full set of code points in identifiers permitted by the JSON standard including those which are not permitted by the ECMAScript standards. This ability is not there by default. You must enable it with JSONConfig using setFullJSONIdentifierCodePoints(boolean).
Logging can now be disabled via JNDI.
The unescape behavior has been improved when you enable “unescapeWherePossible”
Many Javadoc comments have been improved.
If you’re using Java 7 or earlier, download the jars with your Java version number. Otherwise just get the regular jars that don’t have a Java version in their name. They require a minimum of Java 8.
Unless I hear from a significant number of people that they want Java 5 support, this will be the last release that supports Java 5. I’m thinking about dropping Java 6 as well so if you’re using Java 6 and want me to keep supporting it, then let me know. Surveys I’m reading on the net are saying that Java 5 is dead and Java 6 is gasping for breath.
The binaries are also available at the Maven Central Repository