yo, so it’s a json parser written in bash
pipe json to it, and it traverses the json objects and prints out the path to the current object (as a JSON array) and then the object, without whitespace.
This is exactly what I need 2 weeks ago, for the Summer School we organized. We had 24 students running a global climate model on our supercomputer through a 2 Mbps link. I created a simple message queue using JSONStore, and a website where the model could be configured and added to the queue. Most of the time I was interacting with the queue using curl on the command line, and this would’ve helped me a lot.