Commit e6a063f5 authored by Barnaby Walters's avatar Barnaby Walters

Updated readme with changelog, JSON-mode documentation

parent 6bceeb49
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### Generating output for JSON serialization with JSON-mode
Due to a quirk with the way PHP arrays work, there is an edge case ([reported]( by Tom Morris) in which a document with no rel values, when serialised as JSON, results in an empty object as the rels value rather than an empty array. Replacing this in code with a stdClass breaks PHP iteration over the values.
As of version 0.2.6, the default behaviour is back to being PHP-friendly, so if you want to produce results specifically for serialisation as JSON (for example if you run a HTML -> JSON service, or want to run tests against JSON fixtures), enable JSON mode:
// …by passing true as the third constructor:
$jsonParser = new Mf2\Parser($html, $url, true);
### Classic Microformats Markup
php-mf2 has some support for parsing classic microformats markup. It’s enabled by default, but can be turned off by calling `Mf2\parse($html, $url, false);` or `$parser->parse(false);` if you’re instanciating a parser yourself.
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### Changelog
#### v0.2.6
* Added JSON mode as long-term fix for #29
* Fixed bug causing microformats nested under multiple property names to be parsed only once
#### v0.2.5
* Removed conditional replacing empty rel list with stdclass. Original purpose was to make JSON-encoding the output from the parser correct but it also caused Fatal Errors due to trying to treat stdclass as array.
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