First, thanks for a terrific editor.
Is there a way to pretty format json files? Right now such files are 1
wrapped line, pretty impossible to inspect meaningfully. It would
just[*] be a matter of slapping some \n after a , and indenting based on
brace/bracket match level. I think.
As for colorization, the wiki on json has been duly noted, but it
doesn't really help much as the string key isn't differentiated from the
string value in the key/value pair. Perhaps a json key could be a
string followed by a : as a new definition. This isn't as important as
Amazingly, there is really a dearth of linux editors that (I've found)
is able to format json. (Web based is out, eclipse with a plugin can do
it but that's no way to go for casual file inspection, command line
isn't it either).