REInfer - Runtime Extended Inference for json data.

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REInfer performs Runtime Extended type Inference on json data. Compared to traditional types, the extended types incorporate some numerical information, such as the number of times a field appears in the data, or the number of times it is null. A facility is provided to compare inferred types. This follows the idea of a diff algorithm which takes two values and returns the difference. The difference consists of a common part plus two deltas. Deltas are applied using a sum operation for extended types. The diff algorithm borrows and extends ideas from abduction for shape analysis, applied to type theory instead of program logic.


react : ^16.2.0
react-dom : ^16.2.0
reason-react : >=0.4.0



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