Serpent serializes an object tree into a Python ast.literal_eval() compatible literal expression. It is safe to send serpent data to other machines over the network for instance (because only 'safe' literals are encoded). There is also a deserializer or parse provided that turns such a literal expression back into the appropriate Java object tree. It is an alternative to JSON to provide easy data integration between Java and Python. Serpent is more expressive as JSON (it supports more data types).

LicenseMIT
HomePage https://github.com/irmen/Serpent
DateAug 08, 2015
Filespom (2 KB)  jar (39 KB)  View All
RepositoriesCentralJCenterSonatypeSpring Lib MSpring Plugins
Ranking#81478 in MvnRepository (See Top Artifacts)
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VulnerabilitiesVulnerabilities from dependencies:
CVE-2020-15250

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New Version1.40


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Testing
EPL 2.0
junit » junit1 vulnerability 4.125.9.2

Developers

NameEmailDev IdRolesOrganization
Irmen de Jongirmen<at>razorvine.netirmen