eson - Extended (pluggable) JSON for node - great for configuration files and JSON transformations

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Extended JSON for node.Now suppose path/to/config.json contained { "foo": "bar", "bar": "baz" }, the foo() plugin would yield { "foo": "foo", "bar": "foo" }. So you get the picture, with this we can accept arbitrary strings such as "5 seconds" and transform it to the more useful 5000 milliseconds representation.


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