Bug 1280477 - Import jsoncpp into the source tree and integrate it into the build r=ted
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authorGabriele Svelto <gsvelto@mozilla.com>
Thu, 15 Sep 2016 17:56:21 +0200
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Bug 1280477 - Import jsoncpp into the source tree and integrate it into the build r=ted
build/clang-plugin/clang-plugin.cpp
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/AUTHORS
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/GIT-INFO
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/LICENSE
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/NEWS.txt
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/README.md
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/allocator.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/assertions.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/autolink.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/config.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/features.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/forwards.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/json.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/reader.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/value.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/version.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/writer.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/json_reader.cpp
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/json_tool.h
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/json_value.cpp
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/json_valueiterator.inl
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/json_writer.cpp
toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/moz.build
toolkit/crashreporter/moz.build
toolkit/crashreporter/update-jsoncpp.sh
--- a/build/clang-plugin/clang-plugin.cpp
+++ b/build/clang-plugin/clang-plugin.cpp
@@ -14,16 +14,17 @@
 #include "clang/Frontend/CompilerInstance.h"
 #include "clang/Frontend/FrontendPluginRegistry.h"
 #include "clang/Frontend/MultiplexConsumer.h"
 #include "clang/Sema/Sema.h"
 #include "llvm/ADT/DenseMap.h"
 #include "llvm/Support/FileSystem.h"
 #include "llvm/Support/Path.h"
 #include <memory>
+#include <iterator>
 
 #define CLANG_VERSION_FULL (CLANG_VERSION_MAJOR * 100 + CLANG_VERSION_MINOR)
 
 using namespace llvm;
 using namespace clang;
 
 #if CLANG_VERSION_FULL >= 306
 typedef std::unique_ptr<ASTConsumer> ASTConsumerPtr;
@@ -218,17 +219,18 @@ bool isInIgnoredNamespaceForImplicitCtor
          Name.substr(0, 4) == "icu_" || // icu
          Name == "google" ||            // protobuf
          Name == "google_breakpad" ||   // breakpad
          Name == "soundtouch" ||        // libsoundtouch
          Name == "stagefright" ||       // libstagefright
          Name == "MacFileUtilities" ||  // MacFileUtilities
          Name == "dwarf2reader" ||      // dwarf2reader
          Name == "arm_ex_to_module" ||  // arm_ex_to_module
-         Name == "testing";             // gtest
+         Name == "testing" ||           // gtest
+         Name == "Json";                // jsoncpp
 }
 
 bool isInIgnoredNamespaceForImplicitConversion(const Decl *Declaration) {
   std::string Name = getDeclarationNamespace(Declaration);
   if (Name == "") {
     return false;
   }
 
@@ -761,23 +763,35 @@ AST_MATCHER(QualType, isFloat) { return 
 
 /// This matcher will match locations in system headers.  This is adopted from
 /// isExpansionInSystemHeader in newer clangs, but modified in order to work
 /// with old clangs that we use on infra.
 AST_MATCHER(BinaryOperator, isInSystemHeader) {
   return ASTIsInSystemHeader(Finder->getASTContext(), Node);
 }
 
-/// This matcher will match locations in SkScalar.h.  This header contains a
-/// known NaN-testing expression which we would like to whitelist.
-AST_MATCHER(BinaryOperator, isInSkScalarDotH) {
+/// This matcher will match a list of files.  These files contain
+/// known NaN-testing expressions which we would like to whitelist.
+AST_MATCHER(BinaryOperator, isInWhitelistForNaNExpr) {
+  const char* whitelist[] = {
+    "SkScalar.h",
+    "json_writer.cpp"
+  };
+
   SourceLocation Loc = Node.getOperatorLoc();
   auto &SourceManager = Finder->getASTContext().getSourceManager();
   SmallString<1024> FileName = SourceManager.getFilename(Loc);
-  return llvm::sys::path::rbegin(FileName)->equals("SkScalar.h");
+
+  for (auto itr = std::begin(whitelist); itr != std::end(whitelist); itr++) {
+    if (llvm::sys::path::rbegin(FileName)->equals(*itr)) {
+      return true;
+    }
+  }
+
+  return false;
 }
 
 /// This matcher will match all accesses to AddRef or Release methods.
 AST_MATCHER(MemberExpr, isAddRefOrRelease) {
   ValueDecl *Member = Node.getMemberDecl();
   CXXMethodDecl *Method = dyn_cast<CXXMethodDecl>(Member);
   if (Method) {
     const auto &Name = getNameChecked(Method);
@@ -1090,17 +1104,17 @@ DiagnosticsMatcher::DiagnosticsMatcher()
 
   AstMatcher.addMatcher(
       binaryOperator(
           allOf(binaryEqualityOperator(),
                 hasLHS(has(
                     declRefExpr(hasType(qualType((isFloat())))).bind("lhs"))),
                 hasRHS(has(
                     declRefExpr(hasType(qualType((isFloat())))).bind("rhs"))),
-                unless(anyOf(isInSystemHeader(), isInSkScalarDotH()))))
+                unless(anyOf(isInSystemHeader(), isInWhitelistForNaNExpr()))))
           .bind("node"),
       &NaNExpr);
 
   // First, look for direct parents of the MemberExpr.
   AstMatcher.addMatcher(
       callExpr(
           callee(functionDecl(hasNoAddRefReleaseOnReturnAttr()).bind("func")),
           hasParent(memberExpr(isAddRefOrRelease(), hasParent(callExpr()))
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/AUTHORS
@@ -0,0 +1,1 @@
+Baptiste Lepilleur <blep@users.sourceforge.net>
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/GIT-INFO
@@ -0,0 +1,1 @@
+a304d61a7b3ee2700b52abc0b28412aabee782e5
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/LICENSE
@@ -0,0 +1,55 @@
+The JsonCpp library's source code, including accompanying documentation, 
+tests and demonstration applications, are licensed under the following
+conditions...
+
+The author (Baptiste Lepilleur) explicitly disclaims copyright in all 
+jurisdictions which recognize such a disclaimer. In such jurisdictions, 
+this software is released into the Public Domain.
+
+In jurisdictions which do not recognize Public Domain property (e.g. Germany as of
+2010), this software is Copyright (c) 2007-2010 by Baptiste Lepilleur, and is
+released under the terms of the MIT License (see below).
+
+In jurisdictions which recognize Public Domain property, the user of this 
+software may choose to accept it either as 1) Public Domain, 2) under the 
+conditions of the MIT License (see below), or 3) under the terms of dual 
+Public Domain/MIT License conditions described here, as they choose.
+
+The MIT License is about as close to Public Domain as a license can get, and is
+described in clear, concise terms at:
+
+   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIT_License
+   
+The full text of the MIT License follows:
+
+========================================================================
+Copyright (c) 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person
+obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation
+files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without
+restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy,
+modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies
+of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
+furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be
+included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
+EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF
+MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND
+NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS
+BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN
+ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN
+CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
+SOFTWARE.
+========================================================================
+(END LICENSE TEXT)
+
+The MIT license is compatible with both the GPL and commercial
+software, affording one all of the rights of Public Domain with the
+minor nuisance of being required to keep the above copyright notice
+and license text in the source code. Note also that by accepting the
+Public Domain "license" you can re-license your copy using whatever
+license you like.
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/NEWS.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,175 @@
+New in SVN
+----------
+
+ *  Updated the type system's behavior, in order to better support backwards
+    compatibility with code that was written before 64-bit integer support was
+    introduced. Here's how it works now:
+
+     *  isInt, isInt64, isUInt, and isUInt64 return true if and only if the
+        value can be exactly represented as that type. In particular, a value
+        constructed with a double like 17.0 will now return true for all of
+        these methods.
+
+     *  isDouble and isFloat now return true for all numeric values, since all
+        numeric values can be converted to a double or float without
+        truncation. Note however that the conversion may not be exact -- for
+        example, doubles cannot exactly represent all integers above 2^53 + 1.
+
+     *  isBool, isNull, isString, isArray, and isObject now return true if and
+        only if the value is of that type.
+
+     *  isConvertibleTo(fooValue) indicates that it is safe to call asFoo.
+        (For each type foo, isFoo always implies isConvertibleTo(fooValue).)
+        asFoo returns an approximate or exact representation as appropriate.
+        For example, a double value may be truncated when asInt is called.
+
+     *  For backwards compatibility with old code, isConvertibleTo(intValue)
+        may return false even if type() == intValue. This is because the value
+        may have been constructed with a 64-bit integer larger than maxInt,
+        and calling asInt() would cause an exception. If you're writing new
+        code, use isInt64 to find out whether the value is exactly
+        representable using an Int64, or asDouble() combined with minInt64 and
+        maxInt64 to figure out whether it is approximately representable.
+
+* Value
+  - Patch #10: BOOST_FOREACH compatibility. Made Json::iterator more 
+    standard compliant, added missing iterator_category and value_type 
+	typedefs (contribued by Robert A. Iannucci).
+		
+* Compilation
+
+  - New CMake based build system. Based in part on contribution from
+    Igor Okulist and Damien Buhl (Patch #14).
+    
+  - New header json/version.h now contains version number macros
+    (JSONCPP_VERSION_MAJOR, JSONCPP_VERSION_MINOR, JSONCPP_VERSION_PATCH
+    and JSONCPP_VERSION_HEXA).
+
+  - Patch #11: added missing JSON_API on some classes causing link issues
+    when building as a dynamic library on Windows 
+	(contributed by Francis Bolduc).
+    
+  - Visual Studio DLL: suppressed warning "C4251: <data member>: <type> 
+    needs to have dll-interface to be used by..." via pragma push/pop
+    in json-cpp headers.
+    
+  - Added Travis CI intregration: https://travis-ci.org/blep/jsoncpp-mirror
+		
+* Bug fixes
+  - Patch #15: Copy constructor does not initialize allocated_ for stringValue
+    (contributed by rmongia).
+
+  - Patch #16: Missing field copy in Json::Value::iterator causing infinite 
+    loop when using experimental internal map (#define JSON_VALUE_USE_INTERNAL_MAP)
+	(contributed by Ming-Lin Kao).
+		
+
+  New in JsonCpp 0.6.0:
+  ---------------------
+
+* Compilation
+
+  - LD_LIBRARY_PATH and LIBRARY_PATH environment variables are now 
+    propagated to the build environment as this is required for some 
+    compiler installation.
+
+  - Added support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (bug #2930462): 
+    The platform "msvc90" has been added.
+
+    Notes: you need to setup the environment by running vcvars32.bat 
+    (e.g. MSVC 2008 command prompt in start menu) before running scons.
+    
+  - Added support for amalgamated source and header generation (a la sqlite).
+    Refer to README.md section "Generating amalgamated source and header"
+    for detail.
+    
+* Value
+
+  - Removed experimental ValueAllocator, it caused static 
+    initialization/destruction order issues (bug #2934500). 
+    The DefaultValueAllocator has been inlined in code.
+    
+  - Added support for 64 bits integer:
+  
+    Types Json::Int64 and Json::UInt64 have been added. They are aliased
+	to 64 bits integers on system that support them (based on __int64 on 
+	Microsoft Visual Studio platform, and long long on other platforms).
+	
+	Types Json::LargestInt and Json::LargestUInt have been added. They are
+	aliased to the largest integer type supported: 
+	either Json::Int/Json::UInt or Json::Int64/Json::UInt64 respectively.
+	
+	Json::Value::asInt() and Json::Value::asUInt() still returns plain
+	"int" based types, but asserts if an attempt is made to retrieve
+	a 64 bits value that can not represented as the return type.
+	
+	Json::Value::asInt64() and Json::Value::asUInt64() have been added
+	to obtain the 64 bits integer value.
+	
+	Json::Value::asLargestInt() and Json::Value::asLargestUInt() returns
+	the integer as a LargestInt/LargestUInt respectively. Those functions
+	functions are typically used when implementing writer.
+	
+	The reader attempts to read number as 64 bits integer, and fall back
+	to reading a double if the number is not in the range of 64 bits 
+	integer.
+    
+    Warning: Json::Value::asInt() and Json::Value::asUInt() now returns
+    long long. This changes break code that was passing the return value
+    to *printf() function.
+  
+    Support for 64 bits integer can be disabled by defining the macro 
+	JSON_NO_INT64 (uncomment it in json/config.h for example), though
+	it should have no impact on existing usage.
+    
+  - The type Json::ArrayIndex is used for indexes of a JSON value array. It
+    is an unsigned int (typically 32 bits).
+	
+  - Array index can be passed as int to operator[], allowing use of literal:
+    Json::Value array;
+	array.append( 1234 );
+	int value = array[0].asInt();  // did not compile previously
+
+  - Added float Json::Value::asFloat() to obtain a floating point value as a
+    float (avoid lost of precision warning caused by used of asDouble() 
+    to initialize a float).
+
+* Reader
+
+  - Renamed Reader::getFormatedErrorMessages() to getFormattedErrorMessages.
+    Bug #3023708 (Formatted has 2 't'). The old member function is deprecated
+    but still present for backward compatibility.
+    
+* Tests
+
+  - Added test to ensure that the escape sequence "\/" is corrected handled 
+    by the parser.
+
+* Bug fixes
+
+  - Bug #3139677: JSON [1 2 3] was incorrectly parsed as [1, 3]. Error is now 
+    correctly detected.
+    
+  - Bug #3139678: stack buffer overflow when parsing a double with a
+    length of 32 characters.
+	
+  - Fixed Value::operator <= implementation (had the semantic of operator >=).
+    Found when adding unit tests for comparison operators.
+    
+  - Value::compare() is now const and has an actual implementation with
+    unit tests.
+
+  - Bug #2407932: strpbrk() can fail for NULL pointer.
+
+  - Bug #3306345: Fixed minor typo in Path::resolve().
+
+  - Bug #3314841/#3306896: errors in amalgamate.py
+
+  - Fixed some Coverity warnings and line-endings.
+    
+* License
+  
+  - See file LICENSE for details. Basically JsonCpp is now licensed under 
+    MIT license, or public domain if desired and recognized in your jurisdiction.
+    Thanks to Stephan G. Beal [http://wanderinghorse.net/home/stephan/]) who
+	helped figuring out the solution to the public domain issue.
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/README.md
@@ -0,0 +1,214 @@
+Introduction
+------------
+
+[JSON][json-org] is a lightweight data-interchange format. It can represent
+numbers, strings, ordered sequences of values, and collections of name/value
+pairs.
+
+[json-org]: http://json.org/
+
+[JsonCpp][] is a C++ library that allows manipulating JSON values, including
+serialization and deserialization to and from strings. It can also preserve
+existing comment in unserialization/serialization steps, making it a convenient
+format to store user input files.
+
+[JsonCpp]: http://open-source-parsers.github.io/jsoncpp-docs/doxygen/index.html
+
+## A note on backward-compatibility
+* `1.y.z` is built with C++11.
+* `0.y.z` can be used with older compilers.
+* Major versions maintain binary-compatibility.
+
+# Using JsonCpp in your project
+-----------------------------
+The recommended approach to integrating JsonCpp in your project is to include
+the [amalgamated source](#generating-amalgamated-source-and-header) (a single 
+`.cpp` file and two `.h` files) in your project, and compile and build as you 
+would any other source file. This ensures consistency of compilation flags and
+ABI compatibility, issues which arise when building shared or static 
+libraries. See the next section for instructions.
+  
+The `include/` should be added to your compiler include path. Jsoncpp headers
+should be included as follow:
+
+    #include <json/json.h>
+
+If JsonCpp was built as a dynamic library on Windows, then your project needs to
+define the macro `JSON_DLL`.
+
+Generating amalgamated source and header
+----------------------------------------
+JsonCpp is provided with a script to generate a single header and a single
+source file to ease inclusion into an existing project. The amalgamated source
+can be generated at any time by running the following command from the
+top-directory (this requires Python 2.6):
+
+    python amalgamate.py
+
+It is possible to specify header name. See the `-h` option for detail.
+
+By default, the following files are generated:
+* `dist/jsoncpp.cpp`: source file that needs to be added to your project.
+* `dist/json/json.h`: corresponding header file for use in your project. It is
+  equivalent to including `json/json.h` in non-amalgamated source. This header
+  only depends on standard headers.
+* `dist/json/json-forwards.h`: header that provides forward declaration of all
+  JsonCpp types.
+
+The amalgamated sources are generated by concatenating JsonCpp source in the
+correct order and defining the macro `JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION` to prevent inclusion
+of other headers.
+
+# Contributing to JsonCpp
+
+Building and testing with CMake
+-------------------------------
+[CMake][] is a C++ Makefiles/Solution generator. It is usually available on most
+Linux system as package. On Ubuntu:
+
+    sudo apt-get install cmake
+
+[CMake]: http://www.cmake.org
+
+Note that Python is also required to run the JSON reader/writer tests. If
+missing, the build will skip running those tests.
+
+When running CMake, a few parameters are required:
+
+* a build directory where the makefiles/solution are generated. It is also used
+  to store objects, libraries and executables files.
+* the generator to use: makefiles or Visual Studio solution? What version or
+  Visual Studio, 32 or 64 bits solution? 
+
+Steps for generating solution/makefiles using `cmake-gui`:
+
+* Make "source code" point to the source directory.
+* Make "where to build the binary" point to the directory to use for the build.
+* Click on the "Grouped" check box.
+* Review JsonCpp build options (tick `BUILD_SHARED_LIBS` to build as a
+  dynamic library).
+* Click the configure button at the bottom, then the generate button.
+* The generated solution/makefiles can be found in the binary directory.
+
+Alternatively, from the command-line on Unix in the source directory:
+
+    mkdir -p build/debug
+    cd build/debug
+    cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=debug -DBUILD_STATIC_LIBS=ON -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=OFF -DARCHIVE_INSTALL_DIR=. -G "Unix Makefiles" ../..
+    make
+
+Running `cmake -h` will display the list of available generators (passed using
+the `-G` option).
+
+By default CMake hides compilation commands. This can be modified by specifying
+`-DCMAKE_VERBOSE_MAKEFILE=true` when generating makefiles.
+
+Building and testing with SCons
+-------------------------------
+**Note:** The SCons-based build system is deprecated. Please use CMake; see the
+section above.
+
+JsonCpp can use [Scons][] as a build system. Note that SCons requires Python to
+be installed.
+
+[SCons]: http://www.scons.org/
+
+Invoke SCons as follows:
+
+    scons platform=$PLATFORM [TARGET]
+
+where `$PLATFORM` may be one of:
+
+* `suncc`: Sun C++ (Solaris)
+* `vacpp`: Visual Age C++ (AIX)
+* `mingw`
+* `msvc6`: Microsoft Visual Studio 6 service pack 5-6
+* `msvc70`: Microsoft Visual Studio 2002
+* `msvc71`: Microsoft Visual Studio 2003
+* `msvc80`: Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
+* `msvc90`: Microsoft Visual Studio 2008
+* `linux-gcc`: Gnu C++ (linux, also reported to work for Mac OS X)
+
+If you are building with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, you need to set up the
+environment by running `vcvars32.bat` (e.g. MSVC 2008 command prompt) before
+running SCons.
+
+## Running the tests manually
+You need to run tests manually only if you are troubleshooting an issue.
+
+In the instructions below, replace `path/to/jsontest` with the path of the
+`jsontest` executable that was compiled on your platform.
+
+    cd test
+    # This will run the Reader/Writer tests
+    python runjsontests.py path/to/jsontest
+    
+    # This will run the Reader/Writer tests, using JSONChecker test suite
+    # (http://www.json.org/JSON_checker/).
+    # Notes: not all tests pass: JsonCpp is too lenient (for example,
+    # it allows an integer to start with '0'). The goal is to improve
+    # strict mode parsing to get all tests to pass.
+    python runjsontests.py --with-json-checker path/to/jsontest
+    
+    # This will run the unit tests (mostly Value)
+    python rununittests.py path/to/test_lib_json
+    
+    # You can run the tests using valgrind:
+    python rununittests.py --valgrind path/to/test_lib_json
+
+## Running the tests using scons
+Note that tests can be run using SCons using the `check` target:
+
+    scons platform=$PLATFORM check
+
+Building the documentation
+--------------------------
+Run the Python script `doxybuild.py` from the top directory:
+
+    python doxybuild.py --doxygen=$(which doxygen) --open --with-dot
+
+See `doxybuild.py --help` for options.
+
+Adding a reader/writer test
+---------------------------
+To add a test, you need to create two files in test/data:
+
+* a `TESTNAME.json` file, that contains the input document in JSON format.
+* a `TESTNAME.expected` file, that contains a flatened representation of the
+  input document.
+
+The `TESTNAME.expected` file format is as follows:
+
+* each line represents a JSON element of the element tree represented by the
+  input document.
+* each line has two parts: the path to access the element separated from the
+  element value by `=`. Array and object values are always empty (i.e.
+  represented by either `[]` or `{}`).
+* element path: `.` represents the root element, and is used to separate object
+  members. `[N]` is used to specify the value of an array element at index `N`.
+
+See the examples `test_complex_01.json` and `test_complex_01.expected` to better
+understand element paths.
+
+Understanding reader/writer test output
+---------------------------------------
+When a test is run, output files are generated beside the input test files.
+Below is a short description of the content of each file:
+
+* `test_complex_01.json`: input JSON document.
+* `test_complex_01.expected`: flattened JSON element tree used to check if
+  parsing was corrected.
+* `test_complex_01.actual`: flattened JSON element tree produced by `jsontest`
+  from reading `test_complex_01.json`.
+* `test_complex_01.rewrite`: JSON document written by `jsontest` using the
+  `Json::Value` parsed from `test_complex_01.json` and serialized using
+  `Json::StyledWritter`.
+* `test_complex_01.actual-rewrite`: flattened JSON element tree produced by
+  `jsontest` from reading `test_complex_01.rewrite`.
+* `test_complex_01.process-output`: `jsontest` output, typically useful for
+  understanding parsing errors.
+
+License
+-------
+See the `LICENSE` file for details. In summary, JsonCpp is licensed under the
+MIT license, or public domain if desired and recognized in your jurisdiction.
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/allocator.h
@@ -0,0 +1,94 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef CPPTL_JSON_ALLOCATOR_H_INCLUDED
+#define CPPTL_JSON_ALLOCATOR_H_INCLUDED
+
+#include <cstring>
+#include <memory>
+
+namespace Json {
+template<typename T>
+class SecureAllocator {
+	public:
+		// Type definitions
+		using value_type      = T;
+		using pointer         = T*;
+		using const_pointer   = const T*;
+		using reference       = T&;
+		using const_reference = const T&;
+		using size_type       = std::size_t;
+		using difference_type = std::ptrdiff_t;
+
+		/**
+		 * Allocate memory for N items using the standard allocator.
+		 */
+		pointer allocate(size_type n) {
+			// allocate using "global operator new"
+			return static_cast<pointer>(::operator new(n * sizeof(T)));
+		}
+
+		/**
+		 * Release memory which was allocated for N items at pointer P.
+		 *
+		 * The memory block is filled with zeroes before being released.
+		 * The pointer argument is tagged as "volatile" to prevent the
+		 * compiler optimizing out this critical step.
+		 */
+		void deallocate(volatile pointer p, size_type n) {
+			std::memset(p, 0, n * sizeof(T));
+			// free using "global operator delete"
+			::operator delete(p);
+		}
+
+		/**
+		 * Construct an item in-place at pointer P.
+		 */
+		template<typename... Args>
+		void construct(pointer p, Args&&... args) {
+			// construct using "placement new" and "perfect forwarding"
+			::new (static_cast<void*>(p)) T(std::forward<Args>(args)...);
+		}
+
+		size_type max_size() const {
+			return size_t(-1) / sizeof(T);
+		}
+
+		pointer address( reference x ) const {
+			return std::addressof(x);
+		}
+
+		const_pointer address( const_reference x ) const {
+			return std::addressof(x);
+		}
+
+		/**
+		 * Destroy an item in-place at pointer P.
+		 */
+		void destroy(pointer p) {
+			// destroy using "explicit destructor"
+			p->~T();
+		}
+
+		// Boilerplate
+		SecureAllocator() {}
+		template<typename U> SecureAllocator(const SecureAllocator<U>&) {}
+		template<typename U> struct rebind { using other = SecureAllocator<U>; };
+};
+
+
+template<typename T, typename U>
+bool operator==(const SecureAllocator<T>&, const SecureAllocator<U>&) {
+	return true;
+}
+
+template<typename T, typename U>
+bool operator!=(const SecureAllocator<T>&, const SecureAllocator<U>&) {
+	return false;
+}
+
+} //namespace Json
+
+#endif // CPPTL_JSON_ALLOCATOR_H_INCLUDED
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+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/assertions.h
@@ -0,0 +1,54 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef CPPTL_JSON_ASSERTIONS_H_INCLUDED
+#define CPPTL_JSON_ASSERTIONS_H_INCLUDED
+
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <sstream>
+
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include "config.h"
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+
+/** It should not be possible for a maliciously designed file to
+ *  cause an abort() or seg-fault, so these macros are used only
+ *  for pre-condition violations and internal logic errors.
+ */
+#if JSON_USE_EXCEPTION
+
+// @todo <= add detail about condition in exception
+# define JSON_ASSERT(condition)                                                \
+  {if (!(condition)) {Json::throwLogicError( "assert json failed" );}}
+
+# define JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE(message)                                            \
+  {                                                                            \
+    JSONCPP_OSTRINGSTREAM oss; oss << message;                                    \
+    Json::throwLogicError(oss.str());                                          \
+    abort();                                                                   \
+  }
+
+#else // JSON_USE_EXCEPTION
+
+# define JSON_ASSERT(condition) assert(condition)
+
+// The call to assert() will show the failure message in debug builds. In
+// release builds we abort, for a core-dump or debugger.
+# define JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE(message)                                            \
+  {                                                                            \
+    JSONCPP_OSTRINGSTREAM oss; oss << message;                                    \
+    assert(false && oss.str().c_str());                                        \
+    abort();                                                                   \
+  }
+
+
+#endif
+
+#define JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(condition, message)                                \
+  if (!(condition)) {                                                          \
+    JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE(message);                                                \
+  }
+
+#endif // CPPTL_JSON_ASSERTIONS_H_INCLUDED
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/autolink.h
@@ -0,0 +1,25 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef JSON_AUTOLINK_H_INCLUDED
+#define JSON_AUTOLINK_H_INCLUDED
+
+#include "config.h"
+
+#ifdef JSON_IN_CPPTL
+#include <cpptl/cpptl_autolink.h>
+#endif
+
+#if !defined(JSON_NO_AUTOLINK) && !defined(JSON_DLL_BUILD) &&                  \
+    !defined(JSON_IN_CPPTL)
+#define CPPTL_AUTOLINK_NAME "json"
+#undef CPPTL_AUTOLINK_DLL
+#ifdef JSON_DLL
+#define CPPTL_AUTOLINK_DLL
+#endif
+#include "autolink.h"
+#endif
+
+#endif // JSON_AUTOLINK_H_INCLUDED
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/config.h
@@ -0,0 +1,177 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef JSON_CONFIG_H_INCLUDED
+#define JSON_CONFIG_H_INCLUDED
+#include <stddef.h>
+#include <string> //typdef String
+
+/// If defined, indicates that json library is embedded in CppTL library.
+//# define JSON_IN_CPPTL 1
+
+/// If defined, indicates that json may leverage CppTL library
+//#  define JSON_USE_CPPTL 1
+/// If defined, indicates that cpptl vector based map should be used instead of
+/// std::map
+/// as Value container.
+//#  define JSON_USE_CPPTL_SMALLMAP 1
+
+// If non-zero, the library uses exceptions to report bad input instead of C
+// assertion macros. The default is to use exceptions.
+#ifndef JSON_USE_EXCEPTION
+#define JSON_USE_EXCEPTION 1
+#endif
+
+/// If defined, indicates that the source file is amalgated
+/// to prevent private header inclusion.
+/// Remarks: it is automatically defined in the generated amalgated header.
+// #define JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION
+
+#ifdef JSON_IN_CPPTL
+#include <cpptl/config.h>
+#ifndef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+#define JSON_USE_CPPTL 1
+#endif
+#endif
+
+#ifdef JSON_IN_CPPTL
+#define JSON_API CPPTL_API
+#elif defined(JSON_DLL_BUILD)
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) || defined(__MINGW32__)
+#define JSON_API __declspec(dllexport)
+#define JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING
+#endif // if defined(_MSC_VER)
+#elif defined(JSON_DLL)
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) || defined(__MINGW32__)
+#define JSON_API __declspec(dllimport)
+#define JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING
+#endif // if defined(_MSC_VER)
+#endif // ifdef JSON_IN_CPPTL
+#if !defined(JSON_API)
+#define JSON_API
+#endif
+
+// If JSON_NO_INT64 is defined, then Json only support C++ "int" type for
+// integer
+// Storages, and 64 bits integer support is disabled.
+// #define JSON_NO_INT64 1
+
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) // MSVC
+#  if _MSC_VER <= 1200 // MSVC 6
+    // Microsoft Visual Studio 6 only support conversion from __int64 to double
+    // (no conversion from unsigned __int64).
+#    define JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION 1
+    // Disable warning 4786 for VS6 caused by STL (identifier was truncated to '255'
+    // characters in the debug information)
+    // All projects I've ever seen with VS6 were using this globally (not bothering
+    // with pragma push/pop).
+#    pragma warning(disable : 4786)
+#  endif // MSVC 6
+
+#  if _MSC_VER >= 1500 // MSVC 2008
+    /// Indicates that the following function is deprecated.
+#    define JSONCPP_DEPRECATED(message) __declspec(deprecated(message))
+#  endif
+
+#endif // defined(_MSC_VER)
+
+// In c++11 the override keyword allows you to explicity define that a function
+// is intended to override the base-class version.  This makes the code more
+// managable and fixes a set of common hard-to-find bugs.
+#if __cplusplus >= 201103L
+# define JSONCPP_OVERRIDE override
+#elif defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER > 1600
+# define JSONCPP_OVERRIDE override
+#else
+# define JSONCPP_OVERRIDE
+#endif
+
+#ifndef JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES
+
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER >= 1600 // MSVC >= 2010
+#define JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES 1
+#endif // MSVC >= 2010
+
+#ifdef __clang__
+#if __has_feature(cxx_rvalue_references)
+#define JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES 1
+#endif  // has_feature
+
+#elif defined __GNUC__ // not clang (gcc comes later since clang emulates gcc)
+#if defined(__GXX_EXPERIMENTAL_CXX0X__) || (__cplusplus >= 201103L)
+#define JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES 1
+#endif  // GXX_EXPERIMENTAL
+
+#endif // __clang__ || __GNUC__
+
+#endif // not defined JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES
+
+#ifndef JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES
+#define JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES 0
+#endif
+
+#ifdef __clang__
+#elif defined __GNUC__ // not clang (gcc comes later since clang emulates gcc)
+#  if (__GNUC__ > 4 || (__GNUC__ == 4 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 5))
+#    define JSONCPP_DEPRECATED(message)  __attribute__ ((deprecated(message)))
+#  elif (__GNUC__ > 3 || (__GNUC__ == 3 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 1))
+#    define JSONCPP_DEPRECATED(message)  __attribute__((__deprecated__))
+#  endif  // GNUC version
+#endif // __clang__ || __GNUC__
+
+#if !defined(JSONCPP_DEPRECATED)
+#define JSONCPP_DEPRECATED(message)
+#endif // if !defined(JSONCPP_DEPRECATED)
+
+#if __GNUC__ >= 6
+#  define JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION 1
+#endif
+
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+
+# include "version.h"
+
+# if JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY
+#  include "allocator.h" //typedef Allocator
+# endif
+
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+
+namespace Json {
+typedef int Int;
+typedef unsigned int UInt;
+#if defined(JSON_NO_INT64)
+typedef int LargestInt;
+typedef unsigned int LargestUInt;
+#undef JSON_HAS_INT64
+#else                 // if defined(JSON_NO_INT64)
+// For Microsoft Visual use specific types as long long is not supported
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) // Microsoft Visual Studio
+typedef __int64 Int64;
+typedef unsigned __int64 UInt64;
+#else                 // if defined(_MSC_VER) // Other platforms, use long long
+typedef int64_t Int64;
+typedef uint64_t UInt64;
+#endif // if defined(_MSC_VER)
+typedef Int64 LargestInt;
+typedef UInt64 LargestUInt;
+#define JSON_HAS_INT64
+#endif // if defined(JSON_NO_INT64)
+#if JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY
+#define JSONCPP_STRING        std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, Json::SecureAllocator<char> >
+#define JSONCPP_OSTRINGSTREAM std::basic_ostringstream<char, std::char_traits<char>, Json::SecureAllocator<char> >
+#define JSONCPP_OSTREAM       std::basic_ostream<char, std::char_traits<char>>
+#define JSONCPP_ISTRINGSTREAM std::basic_istringstream<char, std::char_traits<char>, Json::SecureAllocator<char> >
+#define JSONCPP_ISTREAM       std::istream
+#else
+#define JSONCPP_STRING        std::string
+#define JSONCPP_OSTRINGSTREAM std::ostringstream
+#define JSONCPP_OSTREAM       std::ostream
+#define JSONCPP_ISTRINGSTREAM std::istringstream
+#define JSONCPP_ISTREAM       std::istream
+#endif // if JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY
+} // end namespace Json
+
+#endif // JSON_CONFIG_H_INCLUDED
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+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/features.h
@@ -0,0 +1,57 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef CPPTL_JSON_FEATURES_H_INCLUDED
+#define CPPTL_JSON_FEATURES_H_INCLUDED
+
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include "forwards.h"
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+
+namespace Json {
+
+/** \brief Configuration passed to reader and writer.
+ * This configuration object can be used to force the Reader or Writer
+ * to behave in a standard conforming way.
+ */
+class JSON_API Features {
+public:
+  /** \brief A configuration that allows all features and assumes all strings
+   * are UTF-8.
+   * - C & C++ comments are allowed
+   * - Root object can be any JSON value
+   * - Assumes Value strings are encoded in UTF-8
+   */
+  static Features all();
+
+  /** \brief A configuration that is strictly compatible with the JSON
+   * specification.
+   * - Comments are forbidden.
+   * - Root object must be either an array or an object value.
+   * - Assumes Value strings are encoded in UTF-8
+   */
+  static Features strictMode();
+
+  /** \brief Initialize the configuration like JsonConfig::allFeatures;
+   */
+  Features();
+
+  /// \c true if comments are allowed. Default: \c true.
+  bool allowComments_;
+
+  /// \c true if root must be either an array or an object value. Default: \c
+  /// false.
+  bool strictRoot_;
+
+  /// \c true if dropped null placeholders are allowed. Default: \c false.
+  bool allowDroppedNullPlaceholders_;
+
+  /// \c true if numeric object key are allowed. Default: \c false.
+  bool allowNumericKeys_;
+};
+
+} // namespace Json
+
+#endif // CPPTL_JSON_FEATURES_H_INCLUDED
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/forwards.h
@@ -0,0 +1,37 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef JSON_FORWARDS_H_INCLUDED
+#define JSON_FORWARDS_H_INCLUDED
+
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include "config.h"
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+
+namespace Json {
+
+// writer.h
+class FastWriter;
+class StyledWriter;
+
+// reader.h
+class Reader;
+
+// features.h
+class Features;
+
+// value.h
+typedef unsigned int ArrayIndex;
+class StaticString;
+class Path;
+class PathArgument;
+class Value;
+class ValueIteratorBase;
+class ValueIterator;
+class ValueConstIterator;
+
+} // namespace Json
+
+#endif // JSON_FORWARDS_H_INCLUDED
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/json.h
@@ -0,0 +1,15 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef JSON_JSON_H_INCLUDED
+#define JSON_JSON_H_INCLUDED
+
+#include "autolink.h"
+#include "value.h"
+#include "reader.h"
+#include "writer.h"
+#include "features.h"
+
+#endif // JSON_JSON_H_INCLUDED
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/reader.h
@@ -0,0 +1,404 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef CPPTL_JSON_READER_H_INCLUDED
+#define CPPTL_JSON_READER_H_INCLUDED
+
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include "features.h"
+#include "value.h"
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include <deque>
+#include <iosfwd>
+#include <stack>
+#include <string>
+#include <istream>
+
+// Disable warning C4251: <data member>: <type> needs to have dll-interface to
+// be used by...
+#if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+#pragma warning(push)
+#pragma warning(disable : 4251)
+#endif // if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+
+namespace Json {
+
+/** \brief Unserialize a <a HREF="http://www.json.org">JSON</a> document into a
+ *Value.
+ *
+ * \deprecated Use CharReader and CharReaderBuilder.
+ */
+class JSON_API Reader {
+public:
+  typedef char Char;
+  typedef const Char* Location;
+
+  /** \brief An error tagged with where in the JSON text it was encountered.
+   *
+   * The offsets give the [start, limit) range of bytes within the text. Note
+   * that this is bytes, not codepoints.
+   *
+   */
+  struct StructuredError {
+    ptrdiff_t offset_start;
+    ptrdiff_t offset_limit;
+    JSONCPP_STRING message;
+  };
+
+  /** \brief Constructs a Reader allowing all features
+   * for parsing.
+   */
+  Reader();
+
+  /** \brief Constructs a Reader allowing the specified feature set
+   * for parsing.
+   */
+  Reader(const Features& features);
+
+  /** \brief Read a Value from a <a HREF="http://www.json.org">JSON</a>
+   * document.
+   * \param document UTF-8 encoded string containing the document to read.
+   * \param root [out] Contains the root value of the document if it was
+   *             successfully parsed.
+   * \param collectComments \c true to collect comment and allow writing them
+   * back during
+   *                        serialization, \c false to discard comments.
+   *                        This parameter is ignored if
+   * Features::allowComments_
+   *                        is \c false.
+   * \return \c true if the document was successfully parsed, \c false if an
+   * error occurred.
+   */
+  bool
+  parse(const std::string& document, Value& root, bool collectComments = true);
+
+  /** \brief Read a Value from a <a HREF="http://www.json.org">JSON</a>
+   document.
+   * \param beginDoc Pointer on the beginning of the UTF-8 encoded string of the
+   document to read.
+   * \param endDoc Pointer on the end of the UTF-8 encoded string of the
+   document to read.
+   *               Must be >= beginDoc.
+   * \param root [out] Contains the root value of the document if it was
+   *             successfully parsed.
+   * \param collectComments \c true to collect comment and allow writing them
+   back during
+   *                        serialization, \c false to discard comments.
+   *                        This parameter is ignored if
+   Features::allowComments_
+   *                        is \c false.
+   * \return \c true if the document was successfully parsed, \c false if an
+   error occurred.
+   */
+  bool parse(const char* beginDoc,
+             const char* endDoc,
+             Value& root,
+             bool collectComments = true);
+
+  /// \brief Parse from input stream.
+  /// \see Json::operator>>(std::istream&, Json::Value&).
+  bool parse(JSONCPP_ISTREAM& is, Value& root, bool collectComments = true);
+
+  /** \brief Returns a user friendly string that list errors in the parsed
+   * document.
+   * \return Formatted error message with the list of errors with their location
+   * in
+   *         the parsed document. An empty string is returned if no error
+   * occurred
+   *         during parsing.
+   * \deprecated Use getFormattedErrorMessages() instead (typo fix).
+   */
+  JSONCPP_DEPRECATED("Use getFormattedErrorMessages() instead.")
+  JSONCPP_STRING getFormatedErrorMessages() const;
+
+  /** \brief Returns a user friendly string that list errors in the parsed
+   * document.
+   * \return Formatted error message with the list of errors with their location
+   * in
+   *         the parsed document. An empty string is returned if no error
+   * occurred
+   *         during parsing.
+   */
+  JSONCPP_STRING getFormattedErrorMessages() const;
+
+  /** \brief Returns a vector of structured erros encounted while parsing.
+   * \return A (possibly empty) vector of StructuredError objects. Currently
+   *         only one error can be returned, but the caller should tolerate
+   * multiple
+   *         errors.  This can occur if the parser recovers from a non-fatal
+   *         parse error and then encounters additional errors.
+   */
+  std::vector<StructuredError> getStructuredErrors() const;
+
+  /** \brief Add a semantic error message.
+   * \param value JSON Value location associated with the error
+   * \param message The error message.
+   * \return \c true if the error was successfully added, \c false if the
+   * Value offset exceeds the document size.
+   */
+  bool pushError(const Value& value, const JSONCPP_STRING& message);
+
+  /** \brief Add a semantic error message with extra context.
+   * \param value JSON Value location associated with the error
+   * \param message The error message.
+   * \param extra Additional JSON Value location to contextualize the error
+   * \return \c true if the error was successfully added, \c false if either
+   * Value offset exceeds the document size.
+   */
+  bool pushError(const Value& value, const JSONCPP_STRING& message, const Value& extra);
+
+  /** \brief Return whether there are any errors.
+   * \return \c true if there are no errors to report \c false if
+   * errors have occurred.
+   */
+  bool good() const;
+
+private:
+  enum TokenType {
+    tokenEndOfStream = 0,
+    tokenObjectBegin,
+    tokenObjectEnd,
+    tokenArrayBegin,
+    tokenArrayEnd,
+    tokenString,
+    tokenNumber,
+    tokenTrue,
+    tokenFalse,
+    tokenNull,
+    tokenArraySeparator,
+    tokenMemberSeparator,
+    tokenComment,
+    tokenError
+  };
+
+  class Token {
+  public:
+    TokenType type_;
+    Location start_;
+    Location end_;
+  };
+
+  class ErrorInfo {
+  public:
+    Token token_;
+    JSONCPP_STRING message_;
+    Location extra_;
+  };
+
+  typedef std::deque<ErrorInfo> Errors;
+
+  bool readToken(Token& token);
+  void skipSpaces();
+  bool match(Location pattern, int patternLength);
+  bool readComment();
+  bool readCStyleComment();
+  bool readCppStyleComment();
+  bool readString();
+  void readNumber();
+  bool readValue();
+  bool readObject(Token& token);
+  bool readArray(Token& token);
+  bool decodeNumber(Token& token);
+  bool decodeNumber(Token& token, Value& decoded);
+  bool decodeString(Token& token);
+  bool decodeString(Token& token, JSONCPP_STRING& decoded);
+  bool decodeDouble(Token& token);
+  bool decodeDouble(Token& token, Value& decoded);
+  bool decodeUnicodeCodePoint(Token& token,
+                              Location& current,
+                              Location end,
+                              unsigned int& unicode);
+  bool decodeUnicodeEscapeSequence(Token& token,
+                                   Location& current,
+                                   Location end,
+                                   unsigned int& unicode);
+  bool addError(const JSONCPP_STRING& message, Token& token, Location extra = 0);
+  bool recoverFromError(TokenType skipUntilToken);
+  bool addErrorAndRecover(const JSONCPP_STRING& message,
+                          Token& token,
+                          TokenType skipUntilToken);
+  void skipUntilSpace();
+  Value& currentValue();
+  Char getNextChar();
+  void
+  getLocationLineAndColumn(Location location, int& line, int& column) const;
+  JSONCPP_STRING getLocationLineAndColumn(Location location) const;
+  void addComment(Location begin, Location end, CommentPlacement placement);
+  void skipCommentTokens(Token& token);
+
+  typedef std::stack<Value*> Nodes;
+  Nodes nodes_;
+  Errors errors_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING document_;
+  Location begin_;
+  Location end_;
+  Location current_;
+  Location lastValueEnd_;
+  Value* lastValue_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING commentsBefore_;
+  Features features_;
+  bool collectComments_;
+};  // Reader
+
+/** Interface for reading JSON from a char array.
+ */
+class JSON_API CharReader {
+public:
+  virtual ~CharReader() {}
+  /** \brief Read a Value from a <a HREF="http://www.json.org">JSON</a>
+   document.
+   * The document must be a UTF-8 encoded string containing the document to read.
+   *
+   * \param beginDoc Pointer on the beginning of the UTF-8 encoded string of the
+   document to read.
+   * \param endDoc Pointer on the end of the UTF-8 encoded string of the
+   document to read.
+   *        Must be >= beginDoc.
+   * \param root [out] Contains the root value of the document if it was
+   *             successfully parsed.
+   * \param errs [out] Formatted error messages (if not NULL)
+   *        a user friendly string that lists errors in the parsed
+   * document.
+   * \return \c true if the document was successfully parsed, \c false if an
+   error occurred.
+   */
+  virtual bool parse(
+      char const* beginDoc, char const* endDoc,
+      Value* root, JSONCPP_STRING* errs) = 0;
+
+  class JSON_API Factory {
+  public:
+    virtual ~Factory() {}
+    /** \brief Allocate a CharReader via operator new().
+     * \throw std::exception if something goes wrong (e.g. invalid settings)
+     */
+    virtual CharReader* newCharReader() const = 0;
+  };  // Factory
+};  // CharReader
+
+/** \brief Build a CharReader implementation.
+
+Usage:
+\code
+  using namespace Json;
+  CharReaderBuilder builder;
+  builder["collectComments"] = false;
+  Value value;
+  JSONCPP_STRING errs;
+  bool ok = parseFromStream(builder, std::cin, &value, &errs);
+\endcode
+*/
+class JSON_API CharReaderBuilder : public CharReader::Factory {
+public:
+  // Note: We use a Json::Value so that we can add data-members to this class
+  // without a major version bump.
+  /** Configuration of this builder.
+    These are case-sensitive.
+    Available settings (case-sensitive):
+    - `"collectComments": false or true`
+      - true to collect comment and allow writing them
+        back during serialization, false to discard comments.
+        This parameter is ignored if allowComments is false.
+    - `"allowComments": false or true`
+      - true if comments are allowed.
+    - `"strictRoot": false or true`
+      - true if root must be either an array or an object value
+    - `"allowDroppedNullPlaceholders": false or true`
+      - true if dropped null placeholders are allowed. (See StreamWriterBuilder.)
+    - `"allowNumericKeys": false or true`
+      - true if numeric object keys are allowed.
+    - `"allowSingleQuotes": false or true`
+      - true if '' are allowed for strings (both keys and values)
+    - `"stackLimit": integer`
+      - Exceeding stackLimit (recursive depth of `readValue()`) will
+        cause an exception.
+      - This is a security issue (seg-faults caused by deeply nested JSON),
+        so the default is low.
+    - `"failIfExtra": false or true`
+      - If true, `parse()` returns false when extra non-whitespace trails
+        the JSON value in the input string.
+    - `"rejectDupKeys": false or true`
+      - If true, `parse()` returns false when a key is duplicated within an object.
+    - `"allowSpecialFloats": false or true`
+      - If true, special float values (NaNs and infinities) are allowed 
+        and their values are lossfree restorable.
+
+    You can examine 'settings_` yourself
+    to see the defaults. You can also write and read them just like any
+    JSON Value.
+    \sa setDefaults()
+    */
+  Json::Value settings_;
+
+  CharReaderBuilder();
+  ~CharReaderBuilder() JSONCPP_OVERRIDE;
+
+  CharReader* newCharReader() const JSONCPP_OVERRIDE;
+
+  /** \return true if 'settings' are legal and consistent;
+   *   otherwise, indicate bad settings via 'invalid'.
+   */
+  bool validate(Json::Value* invalid) const;
+
+  /** A simple way to update a specific setting.
+   */
+  Value& operator[](JSONCPP_STRING key);
+
+  /** Called by ctor, but you can use this to reset settings_.
+   * \pre 'settings' != NULL (but Json::null is fine)
+   * \remark Defaults:
+   * \snippet src/lib_json/json_reader.cpp CharReaderBuilderDefaults
+   */
+  static void setDefaults(Json::Value* settings);
+  /** Same as old Features::strictMode().
+   * \pre 'settings' != NULL (but Json::null is fine)
+   * \remark Defaults:
+   * \snippet src/lib_json/json_reader.cpp CharReaderBuilderStrictMode
+   */
+  static void strictMode(Json::Value* settings);
+};
+
+/** Consume entire stream and use its begin/end.
+  * Someday we might have a real StreamReader, but for now this
+  * is convenient.
+  */
+bool JSON_API parseFromStream(
+    CharReader::Factory const&,
+    JSONCPP_ISTREAM&,
+    Value* root, std::string* errs);
+
+/** \brief Read from 'sin' into 'root'.
+
+ Always keep comments from the input JSON.
+
+ This can be used to read a file into a particular sub-object.
+ For example:
+ \code
+ Json::Value root;
+ cin >> root["dir"]["file"];
+ cout << root;
+ \endcode
+ Result:
+ \verbatim
+ {
+ "dir": {
+     "file": {
+     // The input stream JSON would be nested here.
+     }
+ }
+ }
+ \endverbatim
+ \throw std::exception on parse error.
+ \see Json::operator<<()
+*/
+JSON_API JSONCPP_ISTREAM& operator>>(JSONCPP_ISTREAM&, Value&);
+
+} // namespace Json
+
+#if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+#pragma warning(pop)
+#endif // if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+
+#endif // CPPTL_JSON_READER_H_INCLUDED
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@@ -0,0 +1,867 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef CPPTL_JSON_H_INCLUDED
+#define CPPTL_JSON_H_INCLUDED
+
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include "forwards.h"
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include <string>
+#include <vector>
+#include <exception>
+
+#ifndef JSON_USE_CPPTL_SMALLMAP
+#include <map>
+#else
+#include <cpptl/smallmap.h>
+#endif
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+#include <cpptl/forwards.h>
+#endif
+
+//Conditional NORETURN attribute on the throw functions would:
+// a) suppress false positives from static code analysis 
+// b) possibly improve optimization opportunities.
+#if !defined(JSONCPP_NORETURN)
+#  if defined(_MSC_VER)
+#    define JSONCPP_NORETURN __declspec(noreturn)
+#  elif defined(__GNUC__)
+#    define JSONCPP_NORETURN __attribute__ ((__noreturn__))
+#  else
+#    define JSONCPP_NORETURN
+#  endif
+#endif
+
+// Disable warning C4251: <data member>: <type> needs to have dll-interface to
+// be used by...
+#if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+#pragma warning(push)
+#pragma warning(disable : 4251)
+#endif // if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+
+/** \brief JSON (JavaScript Object Notation).
+ */
+namespace Json {
+
+/** Base class for all exceptions we throw.
+ *
+ * We use nothing but these internally. Of course, STL can throw others.
+ */
+class JSON_API Exception : public std::exception {
+public:
+  Exception(JSONCPP_STRING const& msg);
+  ~Exception() throw() JSONCPP_OVERRIDE;
+  char const* what() const throw() JSONCPP_OVERRIDE;
+protected:
+  JSONCPP_STRING msg_;
+};
+
+/** Exceptions which the user cannot easily avoid.
+ *
+ * E.g. out-of-memory (when we use malloc), stack-overflow, malicious input
+ * 
+ * \remark derived from Json::Exception
+ */
+class JSON_API RuntimeError : public Exception {
+public:
+  RuntimeError(JSONCPP_STRING const& msg);
+};
+
+/** Exceptions thrown by JSON_ASSERT/JSON_FAIL macros.
+ *
+ * These are precondition-violations (user bugs) and internal errors (our bugs).
+ * 
+ * \remark derived from Json::Exception
+ */
+class JSON_API LogicError : public Exception {
+public:
+  LogicError(JSONCPP_STRING const& msg);
+};
+
+/// used internally
+JSONCPP_NORETURN void throwRuntimeError(JSONCPP_STRING const& msg);
+/// used internally
+JSONCPP_NORETURN void throwLogicError(JSONCPP_STRING const& msg);
+
+/** \brief Type of the value held by a Value object.
+ */
+enum ValueType {
+  nullValue = 0, ///< 'null' value
+  intValue,      ///< signed integer value
+  uintValue,     ///< unsigned integer value
+  realValue,     ///< double value
+  stringValue,   ///< UTF-8 string value
+  booleanValue,  ///< bool value
+  arrayValue,    ///< array value (ordered list)
+  objectValue    ///< object value (collection of name/value pairs).
+};
+
+enum CommentPlacement {
+  commentBefore = 0,      ///< a comment placed on the line before a value
+  commentAfterOnSameLine, ///< a comment just after a value on the same line
+  commentAfter, ///< a comment on the line after a value (only make sense for
+  /// root value)
+  numberOfCommentPlacement
+};
+
+//# ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+//   typedef CppTL::AnyEnumerator<const char *> EnumMemberNames;
+//   typedef CppTL::AnyEnumerator<const Value &> EnumValues;
+//# endif
+
+/** \brief Lightweight wrapper to tag static string.
+ *
+ * Value constructor and objectValue member assignement takes advantage of the
+ * StaticString and avoid the cost of string duplication when storing the
+ * string or the member name.
+ *
+ * Example of usage:
+ * \code
+ * Json::Value aValue( StaticString("some text") );
+ * Json::Value object;
+ * static const StaticString code("code");
+ * object[code] = 1234;
+ * \endcode
+ */
+class JSON_API StaticString {
+public:
+  explicit StaticString(const char* czstring) : c_str_(czstring) {}
+
+  operator const char*() const { return c_str_; }
+
+  const char* c_str() const { return c_str_; }
+
+private:
+  const char* c_str_;
+};
+
+/** \brief Represents a <a HREF="http://www.json.org">JSON</a> value.
+ *
+ * This class is a discriminated union wrapper that can represents a:
+ * - signed integer [range: Value::minInt - Value::maxInt]
+ * - unsigned integer (range: 0 - Value::maxUInt)
+ * - double
+ * - UTF-8 string
+ * - boolean
+ * - 'null'
+ * - an ordered list of Value
+ * - collection of name/value pairs (javascript object)
+ *
+ * The type of the held value is represented by a #ValueType and
+ * can be obtained using type().
+ *
+ * Values of an #objectValue or #arrayValue can be accessed using operator[]()
+ * methods.
+ * Non-const methods will automatically create the a #nullValue element
+ * if it does not exist.
+ * The sequence of an #arrayValue will be automatically resized and initialized
+ * with #nullValue. resize() can be used to enlarge or truncate an #arrayValue.
+ *
+ * The get() methods can be used to obtain default value in the case the
+ * required element does not exist.
+ *
+ * It is possible to iterate over the list of a #objectValue values using
+ * the getMemberNames() method.
+ *
+ * \note #Value string-length fit in size_t, but keys must be < 2^30.
+ * (The reason is an implementation detail.) A #CharReader will raise an
+ * exception if a bound is exceeded to avoid security holes in your app,
+ * but the Value API does *not* check bounds. That is the responsibility
+ * of the caller.
+ */
+class JSON_API Value {
+  friend class ValueIteratorBase;
+public:
+  typedef std::vector<JSONCPP_STRING> Members;
+  typedef ValueIterator iterator;
+  typedef ValueConstIterator const_iterator;
+  typedef Json::UInt UInt;
+  typedef Json::Int Int;
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+  typedef Json::UInt64 UInt64;
+  typedef Json::Int64 Int64;
+#endif // defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+  typedef Json::LargestInt LargestInt;
+  typedef Json::LargestUInt LargestUInt;
+  typedef Json::ArrayIndex ArrayIndex;
+
+  static const Value& null;  ///< We regret this reference to a global instance; prefer the simpler Value().
+  static const Value& nullRef;  ///< just a kludge for binary-compatibility; same as null
+  static Value const& nullSingleton(); ///< Prefer this to null or nullRef.
+
+  /// Minimum signed integer value that can be stored in a Json::Value.
+  static const LargestInt minLargestInt;
+  /// Maximum signed integer value that can be stored in a Json::Value.
+  static const LargestInt maxLargestInt;
+  /// Maximum unsigned integer value that can be stored in a Json::Value.
+  static const LargestUInt maxLargestUInt;
+
+  /// Minimum signed int value that can be stored in a Json::Value.
+  static const Int minInt;
+  /// Maximum signed int value that can be stored in a Json::Value.
+  static const Int maxInt;
+  /// Maximum unsigned int value that can be stored in a Json::Value.
+  static const UInt maxUInt;
+
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+  /// Minimum signed 64 bits int value that can be stored in a Json::Value.
+  static const Int64 minInt64;
+  /// Maximum signed 64 bits int value that can be stored in a Json::Value.
+  static const Int64 maxInt64;
+  /// Maximum unsigned 64 bits int value that can be stored in a Json::Value.
+  static const UInt64 maxUInt64;
+#endif // defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+
+private:
+#ifndef JSONCPP_DOC_EXCLUDE_IMPLEMENTATION
+  class CZString {
+  public:
+    enum DuplicationPolicy {
+      noDuplication = 0,
+      duplicate,
+      duplicateOnCopy
+    };
+    CZString(ArrayIndex index);
+    CZString(char const* str, unsigned length, DuplicationPolicy allocate);
+    CZString(CZString const& other);
+#if JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES
+    CZString(CZString&& other);
+#endif
+    ~CZString();
+    CZString& operator=(CZString other);
+    bool operator<(CZString const& other) const;
+    bool operator==(CZString const& other) const;
+    ArrayIndex index() const;
+    //const char* c_str() const; ///< \deprecated
+    char const* data() const;
+    unsigned length() const;
+    bool isStaticString() const;
+
+  private:
+    void swap(CZString& other);
+
+    struct StringStorage {
+      unsigned policy_: 2;
+      unsigned length_: 30; // 1GB max
+    };
+
+    char const* cstr_;  // actually, a prefixed string, unless policy is noDup
+    union {
+      ArrayIndex index_;
+      StringStorage storage_;
+    };
+  };
+
+public:
+#ifndef JSON_USE_CPPTL_SMALLMAP
+  typedef std::map<CZString, Value> ObjectValues;
+#else
+  typedef CppTL::SmallMap<CZString, Value> ObjectValues;
+#endif // ifndef JSON_USE_CPPTL_SMALLMAP
+#endif // ifndef JSONCPP_DOC_EXCLUDE_IMPLEMENTATION
+
+public:
+  /** \brief Create a default Value of the given type.
+
+    This is a very useful constructor.
+    To create an empty array, pass arrayValue.
+    To create an empty object, pass objectValue.
+    Another Value can then be set to this one by assignment.
+This is useful since clear() and resize() will not alter types.
+
+    Examples:
+\code
+Json::Value null_value; // null
+Json::Value arr_value(Json::arrayValue); // []
+Json::Value obj_value(Json::objectValue); // {}
+\endcode
+  */
+  Value(ValueType type = nullValue);
+  Value(Int value);
+  Value(UInt value);
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+  Value(Int64 value);
+  Value(UInt64 value);
+#endif // if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+  Value(double value);
+  Value(const char* value); ///< Copy til first 0. (NULL causes to seg-fault.)
+  Value(const char* begin, const char* end); ///< Copy all, incl zeroes.
+  /** \brief Constructs a value from a static string.
+
+   * Like other value string constructor but do not duplicate the string for
+   * internal storage. The given string must remain alive after the call to this
+   * constructor.
+   * \note This works only for null-terminated strings. (We cannot change the
+   *   size of this class, so we have nowhere to store the length,
+   *   which might be computed later for various operations.)
+   *
+   * Example of usage:
+   * \code
+   * static StaticString foo("some text");
+   * Json::Value aValue(foo);
+   * \endcode
+   */
+  Value(const StaticString& value);
+  Value(const JSONCPP_STRING& value); ///< Copy data() til size(). Embedded zeroes too.
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+  Value(const CppTL::ConstString& value);
+#endif
+  Value(bool value);
+  /// Deep copy.
+  Value(const Value& other);
+#if JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES
+  /// Move constructor
+  Value(Value&& other);
+#endif
+  ~Value();
+
+  /// Deep copy, then swap(other).
+  /// \note Over-write existing comments. To preserve comments, use #swapPayload().
+  Value& operator=(Value other);
+  /// Swap everything.
+  void swap(Value& other);
+  /// Swap values but leave comments and source offsets in place.
+  void swapPayload(Value& other);
+
+  ValueType type() const;
+
+  /// Compare payload only, not comments etc.
+  bool operator<(const Value& other) const;
+  bool operator<=(const Value& other) const;
+  bool operator>=(const Value& other) const;
+  bool operator>(const Value& other) const;
+  bool operator==(const Value& other) const;
+  bool operator!=(const Value& other) const;
+  int compare(const Value& other) const;
+
+  const char* asCString() const; ///< Embedded zeroes could cause you trouble!
+#if JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY
+  unsigned getCStringLength() const; //Allows you to understand the length of the CString
+#endif
+  JSONCPP_STRING asString() const; ///< Embedded zeroes are possible.
+  /** Get raw char* of string-value.
+   *  \return false if !string. (Seg-fault if str or end are NULL.)
+   */
+  bool getString(
+      char const** begin, char const** end) const;
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+  CppTL::ConstString asConstString() const;
+#endif
+  Int asInt() const;
+  UInt asUInt() const;
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+  Int64 asInt64() const;
+  UInt64 asUInt64() const;
+#endif // if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+  LargestInt asLargestInt() const;
+  LargestUInt asLargestUInt() const;
+  float asFloat() const;
+  double asDouble() const;
+  bool asBool() const;
+
+  bool isNull() const;
+  bool isBool() const;
+  bool isInt() const;
+  bool isInt64() const;
+  bool isUInt() const;
+  bool isUInt64() const;
+  bool isIntegral() const;
+  bool isDouble() const;
+  bool isNumeric() const;
+  bool isString() const;
+  bool isArray() const;
+  bool isObject() const;
+
+  bool isConvertibleTo(ValueType other) const;
+
+  /// Number of values in array or object
+  ArrayIndex size() const;
+
+  /// \brief Return true if empty array, empty object, or null;
+  /// otherwise, false.
+  bool empty() const;
+
+  /// Return isNull()
+  bool operator!() const;
+
+  /// Remove all object members and array elements.
+  /// \pre type() is arrayValue, objectValue, or nullValue
+  /// \post type() is unchanged
+  void clear();
+
+  /// Resize the array to size elements.
+  /// New elements are initialized to null.
+  /// May only be called on nullValue or arrayValue.
+  /// \pre type() is arrayValue or nullValue
+  /// \post type() is arrayValue
+  void resize(ArrayIndex size);
+
+  /// Access an array element (zero based index ).
+  /// If the array contains less than index element, then null value are
+  /// inserted
+  /// in the array so that its size is index+1.
+  /// (You may need to say 'value[0u]' to get your compiler to distinguish
+  ///  this from the operator[] which takes a string.)
+  Value& operator[](ArrayIndex index);
+
+  /// Access an array element (zero based index ).
+  /// If the array contains less than index element, then null value are
+  /// inserted
+  /// in the array so that its size is index+1.
+  /// (You may need to say 'value[0u]' to get your compiler to distinguish
+  ///  this from the operator[] which takes a string.)
+  Value& operator[](int index);
+
+  /// Access an array element (zero based index )
+  /// (You may need to say 'value[0u]' to get your compiler to distinguish
+  ///  this from the operator[] which takes a string.)
+  const Value& operator[](ArrayIndex index) const;
+
+  /// Access an array element (zero based index )
+  /// (You may need to say 'value[0u]' to get your compiler to distinguish
+  ///  this from the operator[] which takes a string.)
+  const Value& operator[](int index) const;
+
+  /// If the array contains at least index+1 elements, returns the element
+  /// value,
+  /// otherwise returns defaultValue.
+  Value get(ArrayIndex index, const Value& defaultValue) const;
+  /// Return true if index < size().
+  bool isValidIndex(ArrayIndex index) const;
+  /// \brief Append value to array at the end.
+  ///
+  /// Equivalent to jsonvalue[jsonvalue.size()] = value;
+  Value& append(const Value& value);
+
+  /// Access an object value by name, create a null member if it does not exist.
+  /// \note Because of our implementation, keys are limited to 2^30 -1 chars.
+  ///  Exceeding that will cause an exception.
+  Value& operator[](const char* key);
+  /// Access an object value by name, returns null if there is no member with
+  /// that name.
+  const Value& operator[](const char* key) const;
+  /// Access an object value by name, create a null member if it does not exist.
+  /// \param key may contain embedded nulls.
+  Value& operator[](const JSONCPP_STRING& key);
+  /// Access an object value by name, returns null if there is no member with
+  /// that name.
+  /// \param key may contain embedded nulls.
+  const Value& operator[](const JSONCPP_STRING& key) const;
+  /** \brief Access an object value by name, create a null member if it does not
+   exist.
+
+   * If the object has no entry for that name, then the member name used to store
+   * the new entry is not duplicated.
+   * Example of use:
+   * \code
+   * Json::Value object;
+   * static const StaticString code("code");
+   * object[code] = 1234;
+   * \endcode
+   */
+  Value& operator[](const StaticString& key);
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+  /// Access an object value by name, create a null member if it does not exist.
+  Value& operator[](const CppTL::ConstString& key);
+  /// Access an object value by name, returns null if there is no member with
+  /// that name.
+  const Value& operator[](const CppTL::ConstString& key) const;
+#endif
+  /// Return the member named key if it exist, defaultValue otherwise.
+  /// \note deep copy
+  Value get(const char* key, const Value& defaultValue) const;
+  /// Return the member named key if it exist, defaultValue otherwise.
+  /// \note deep copy
+  /// \note key may contain embedded nulls.
+  Value get(const char* begin, const char* end, const Value& defaultValue) const;
+  /// Return the member named key if it exist, defaultValue otherwise.
+  /// \note deep copy
+  /// \param key may contain embedded nulls.
+  Value get(const JSONCPP_STRING& key, const Value& defaultValue) const;
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+  /// Return the member named key if it exist, defaultValue otherwise.
+  /// \note deep copy
+  Value get(const CppTL::ConstString& key, const Value& defaultValue) const;
+#endif
+  /// Most general and efficient version of isMember()const, get()const,
+  /// and operator[]const
+  /// \note As stated elsewhere, behavior is undefined if (end-begin) >= 2^30
+  Value const* find(char const* begin, char const* end) const;
+  /// Most general and efficient version of object-mutators.
+  /// \note As stated elsewhere, behavior is undefined if (end-begin) >= 2^30
+  /// \return non-zero, but JSON_ASSERT if this is neither object nor nullValue.
+  Value const* demand(char const* begin, char const* end);
+  /// \brief Remove and return the named member.
+  ///
+  /// Do nothing if it did not exist.
+  /// \return the removed Value, or null.
+  /// \pre type() is objectValue or nullValue
+  /// \post type() is unchanged
+  /// \deprecated
+  Value removeMember(const char* key);
+  /// Same as removeMember(const char*)
+  /// \param key may contain embedded nulls.
+  /// \deprecated
+  Value removeMember(const JSONCPP_STRING& key);
+  /// Same as removeMember(const char* begin, const char* end, Value* removed),
+  /// but 'key' is null-terminated.
+  bool removeMember(const char* key, Value* removed);
+  /** \brief Remove the named map member.
+
+      Update 'removed' iff removed.
+      \param key may contain embedded nulls.
+      \return true iff removed (no exceptions)
+  */
+  bool removeMember(JSONCPP_STRING const& key, Value* removed);
+  /// Same as removeMember(JSONCPP_STRING const& key, Value* removed)
+  bool removeMember(const char* begin, const char* end, Value* removed);
+  /** \brief Remove the indexed array element.
+
+      O(n) expensive operations.
+      Update 'removed' iff removed.
+      \return true iff removed (no exceptions)
+  */
+  bool removeIndex(ArrayIndex i, Value* removed);
+
+  /// Return true if the object has a member named key.
+  /// \note 'key' must be null-terminated.
+  bool isMember(const char* key) const;
+  /// Return true if the object has a member named key.
+  /// \param key may contain embedded nulls.
+  bool isMember(const JSONCPP_STRING& key) const;
+  /// Same as isMember(JSONCPP_STRING const& key)const
+  bool isMember(const char* begin, const char* end) const;
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+  /// Return true if the object has a member named key.
+  bool isMember(const CppTL::ConstString& key) const;
+#endif
+
+  /// \brief Return a list of the member names.
+  ///
+  /// If null, return an empty list.
+  /// \pre type() is objectValue or nullValue
+  /// \post if type() was nullValue, it remains nullValue
+  Members getMemberNames() const;
+
+  //# ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+  //      EnumMemberNames enumMemberNames() const;
+  //      EnumValues enumValues() const;
+  //# endif
+
+  /// \deprecated Always pass len.
+  JSONCPP_DEPRECATED("Use setComment(JSONCPP_STRING const&) instead.")
+  void setComment(const char* comment, CommentPlacement placement);
+  /// Comments must be //... or /* ... */
+  void setComment(const char* comment, size_t len, CommentPlacement placement);
+  /// Comments must be //... or /* ... */
+  void setComment(const JSONCPP_STRING& comment, CommentPlacement placement);
+  bool hasComment(CommentPlacement placement) const;
+  /// Include delimiters and embedded newlines.
+  JSONCPP_STRING getComment(CommentPlacement placement) const;
+
+  JSONCPP_STRING toStyledString() const;
+
+  const_iterator begin() const;
+  const_iterator end() const;
+
+  iterator begin();
+  iterator end();
+
+  // Accessors for the [start, limit) range of bytes within the JSON text from
+  // which this value was parsed, if any.
+  void setOffsetStart(ptrdiff_t start);
+  void setOffsetLimit(ptrdiff_t limit);
+  ptrdiff_t getOffsetStart() const;
+  ptrdiff_t getOffsetLimit() const;
+
+private:
+  void initBasic(ValueType type, bool allocated = false);
+
+  Value& resolveReference(const char* key);
+  Value& resolveReference(const char* key, const char* end);
+
+  struct CommentInfo {
+    CommentInfo();
+    ~CommentInfo();
+
+    void setComment(const char* text, size_t len);
+
+    char* comment_;
+  };
+
+  // struct MemberNamesTransform
+  //{
+  //   typedef const char *result_type;
+  //   const char *operator()( const CZString &name ) const
+  //   {
+  //      return name.c_str();
+  //   }
+  //};
+
+  union ValueHolder {
+    LargestInt int_;
+    LargestUInt uint_;
+    double real_;
+    bool bool_;
+    char* string_;  // actually ptr to unsigned, followed by str, unless !allocated_
+    ObjectValues* map_;
+  } value_;
+  ValueType type_ : 8;
+  unsigned int allocated_ : 1; // Notes: if declared as bool, bitfield is useless.
+                               // If not allocated_, string_ must be null-terminated.
+  CommentInfo* comments_;
+
+  // [start, limit) byte offsets in the source JSON text from which this Value
+  // was extracted.
+  ptrdiff_t start_;
+  ptrdiff_t limit_;
+};
+
+/** \brief Experimental and untested: represents an element of the "path" to
+ * access a node.
+ */
+class JSON_API PathArgument {
+public:
+  friend class Path;
+
+  PathArgument();
+  PathArgument(ArrayIndex index);
+  PathArgument(const char* key);
+  PathArgument(const JSONCPP_STRING& key);
+
+private:
+  enum Kind {
+    kindNone = 0,
+    kindIndex,
+    kindKey
+  };
+  JSONCPP_STRING key_;
+  ArrayIndex index_;
+  Kind kind_;
+};
+
+/** \brief Experimental and untested: represents a "path" to access a node.
+ *
+ * Syntax:
+ * - "." => root node
+ * - ".[n]" => elements at index 'n' of root node (an array value)
+ * - ".name" => member named 'name' of root node (an object value)
+ * - ".name1.name2.name3"
+ * - ".[0][1][2].name1[3]"
+ * - ".%" => member name is provided as parameter
+ * - ".[%]" => index is provied as parameter
+ */
+class JSON_API Path {
+public:
+  Path(const JSONCPP_STRING& path,
+       const PathArgument& a1 = PathArgument(),
+       const PathArgument& a2 = PathArgument(),
+       const PathArgument& a3 = PathArgument(),
+       const PathArgument& a4 = PathArgument(),
+       const PathArgument& a5 = PathArgument());
+
+  const Value& resolve(const Value& root) const;
+  Value resolve(const Value& root, const Value& defaultValue) const;
+  /// Creates the "path" to access the specified node and returns a reference on
+  /// the node.
+  Value& make(Value& root) const;
+
+private:
+  typedef std::vector<const PathArgument*> InArgs;
+  typedef std::vector<PathArgument> Args;
+
+  void makePath(const JSONCPP_STRING& path, const InArgs& in);
+  void addPathInArg(const JSONCPP_STRING& path,
+                    const InArgs& in,
+                    InArgs::const_iterator& itInArg,
+                    PathArgument::Kind kind);
+  void invalidPath(const JSONCPP_STRING& path, int location);
+
+  Args args_;
+};
+
+/** \brief base class for Value iterators.
+ *
+ */
+class JSON_API ValueIteratorBase {
+public:
+  typedef std::bidirectional_iterator_tag iterator_category;
+  typedef unsigned int size_t;
+  typedef int difference_type;
+  typedef ValueIteratorBase SelfType;
+
+  bool operator==(const SelfType& other) const { return isEqual(other); }
+
+  bool operator!=(const SelfType& other) const { return !isEqual(other); }
+
+  difference_type operator-(const SelfType& other) const {
+    return other.computeDistance(*this);
+  }
+
+  /// Return either the index or the member name of the referenced value as a
+  /// Value.
+  Value key() const;
+
+  /// Return the index of the referenced Value, or -1 if it is not an arrayValue.
+  UInt index() const;
+
+  /// Return the member name of the referenced Value, or "" if it is not an
+  /// objectValue.
+  /// \note Avoid `c_str()` on result, as embedded zeroes are possible.
+  JSONCPP_STRING name() const;
+
+  /// Return the member name of the referenced Value. "" if it is not an
+  /// objectValue.
+  /// \deprecated This cannot be used for UTF-8 strings, since there can be embedded nulls.
+  JSONCPP_DEPRECATED("Use `key = name();` instead.")
+  char const* memberName() const;
+  /// Return the member name of the referenced Value, or NULL if it is not an
+  /// objectValue.
+  /// \note Better version than memberName(). Allows embedded nulls.
+  char const* memberName(char const** end) const;
+
+protected:
+  Value& deref() const;
+
+  void increment();
+
+  void decrement();
+
+  difference_type computeDistance(const SelfType& other) const;
+
+  bool isEqual(const SelfType& other) const;
+
+  void copy(const SelfType& other);
+
+private:
+  Value::ObjectValues::iterator current_;
+  // Indicates that iterator is for a null value.
+  bool isNull_;
+
+public:
+  // For some reason, BORLAND needs these at the end, rather
+  // than earlier. No idea why.
+  ValueIteratorBase();
+  explicit ValueIteratorBase(const Value::ObjectValues::iterator& current);
+};
+
+/** \brief const iterator for object and array value.
+ *
+ */
+class JSON_API ValueConstIterator : public ValueIteratorBase {
+  friend class Value;
+
+public:
+  typedef const Value value_type;
+  //typedef unsigned int size_t;
+  //typedef int difference_type;
+  typedef const Value& reference;
+  typedef const Value* pointer;
+  typedef ValueConstIterator SelfType;
+
+  ValueConstIterator();
+  ValueConstIterator(ValueIterator const& other);
+
+private:
+/*! \internal Use by Value to create an iterator.
+ */
+  explicit ValueConstIterator(const Value::ObjectValues::iterator& current);
+public:
+  SelfType& operator=(const ValueIteratorBase& other);
+
+  SelfType operator++(int) {
+    SelfType temp(*this);
+    ++*this;
+    return temp;
+  }
+
+  SelfType operator--(int) {
+    SelfType temp(*this);
+    --*this;
+    return temp;
+  }
+
+  SelfType& operator--() {
+    decrement();
+    return *this;
+  }
+
+  SelfType& operator++() {
+    increment();
+    return *this;
+  }
+
+  reference operator*() const { return deref(); }
+
+  pointer operator->() const { return &deref(); }
+};
+
+/** \brief Iterator for object and array value.
+ */
+class JSON_API ValueIterator : public ValueIteratorBase {
+  friend class Value;
+
+public:
+  typedef Value value_type;
+  typedef unsigned int size_t;
+  typedef int difference_type;
+  typedef Value& reference;
+  typedef Value* pointer;
+  typedef ValueIterator SelfType;
+
+  ValueIterator();
+  explicit ValueIterator(const ValueConstIterator& other);
+  ValueIterator(const ValueIterator& other);
+
+private:
+/*! \internal Use by Value to create an iterator.
+ */
+  explicit ValueIterator(const Value::ObjectValues::iterator& current);
+public:
+  SelfType& operator=(const SelfType& other);
+
+  SelfType operator++(int) {
+    SelfType temp(*this);
+    ++*this;
+    return temp;
+  }
+
+  SelfType operator--(int) {
+    SelfType temp(*this);
+    --*this;
+    return temp;
+  }
+
+  SelfType& operator--() {
+    decrement();
+    return *this;
+  }
+
+  SelfType& operator++() {
+    increment();
+    return *this;
+  }
+
+  reference operator*() const { return deref(); }
+
+  pointer operator->() const { return &deref(); }
+};
+
+} // namespace Json
+
+
+namespace std {
+/// Specialize std::swap() for Json::Value.
+template<>
+inline void swap(Json::Value& a, Json::Value& b) { a.swap(b); }
+}
+
+
+#if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+#pragma warning(pop)
+#endif // if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+
+#endif // CPPTL_JSON_H_INCLUDED
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+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/version.h
@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
+// DO NOT EDIT. This file (and "version") is generated by CMake.
+// Run CMake configure step to update it.
+#ifndef JSON_VERSION_H_INCLUDED
+# define JSON_VERSION_H_INCLUDED
+
+# define JSONCPP_VERSION_STRING "1.7.5"
+# define JSONCPP_VERSION_MAJOR 1
+# define JSONCPP_VERSION_MINOR 7
+# define JSONCPP_VERSION_PATCH 5
+# define JSONCPP_VERSION_QUALIFIER
+# define JSONCPP_VERSION_HEXA ((JSONCPP_VERSION_MAJOR << 24) | (JSONCPP_VERSION_MINOR << 16) | (JSONCPP_VERSION_PATCH << 8))
+
+#ifdef JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY
+#undef JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY
+#endif
+#define JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY 0
+// If non-zero, the library zeroes any memory that it has allocated before
+// it frees its memory.
+
+#endif // JSON_VERSION_H_INCLUDED
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include/json/writer.h
@@ -0,0 +1,331 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef JSON_WRITER_H_INCLUDED
+#define JSON_WRITER_H_INCLUDED
+
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include "value.h"
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include <vector>
+#include <string>
+#include <ostream>
+
+// Disable warning C4251: <data member>: <type> needs to have dll-interface to
+// be used by...
+#if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+#pragma warning(push)
+#pragma warning(disable : 4251)
+#endif // if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+
+namespace Json {
+
+class Value;
+
+/**
+
+Usage:
+\code
+  using namespace Json;
+  void writeToStdout(StreamWriter::Factory const& factory, Value const& value) {
+    std::unique_ptr<StreamWriter> const writer(
+      factory.newStreamWriter());
+    writer->write(value, &std::cout);
+    std::cout << std::endl;  // add lf and flush
+  }
+\endcode
+*/
+class JSON_API StreamWriter {
+protected:
+  JSONCPP_OSTREAM* sout_;  // not owned; will not delete
+public:
+  StreamWriter();
+  virtual ~StreamWriter();
+  /** Write Value into document as configured in sub-class.
+      Do not take ownership of sout, but maintain a reference during function.
+      \pre sout != NULL
+      \return zero on success (For now, we always return zero, so check the stream instead.)
+      \throw std::exception possibly, depending on configuration
+   */
+  virtual int write(Value const& root, JSONCPP_OSTREAM* sout) = 0;
+
+  /** \brief A simple abstract factory.
+   */
+  class JSON_API Factory {
+  public:
+    virtual ~Factory();
+    /** \brief Allocate a CharReader via operator new().
+     * \throw std::exception if something goes wrong (e.g. invalid settings)
+     */
+    virtual StreamWriter* newStreamWriter() const = 0;
+  };  // Factory
+};  // StreamWriter
+
+/** \brief Write into stringstream, then return string, for convenience.
+ * A StreamWriter will be created from the factory, used, and then deleted.
+ */
+JSONCPP_STRING JSON_API writeString(StreamWriter::Factory const& factory, Value const& root);
+
+
+/** \brief Build a StreamWriter implementation.
+
+Usage:
+\code
+  using namespace Json;
+  Value value = ...;
+  StreamWriterBuilder builder;
+  builder["commentStyle"] = "None";
+  builder["indentation"] = "   ";  // or whatever you like
+  std::unique_ptr<Json::StreamWriter> writer(
+      builder.newStreamWriter());
+  writer->write(value, &std::cout);
+  std::cout << std::endl;  // add lf and flush
+\endcode
+*/
+class JSON_API StreamWriterBuilder : public StreamWriter::Factory {
+public:
+  // Note: We use a Json::Value so that we can add data-members to this class
+  // without a major version bump.
+  /** Configuration of this builder.
+    Available settings (case-sensitive):
+    - "commentStyle": "None" or "All"
+    - "indentation":  "<anything>"
+    - "enableYAMLCompatibility": false or true
+      - slightly change the whitespace around colons
+    - "dropNullPlaceholders": false or true
+      - Drop the "null" string from the writer's output for nullValues.
+        Strictly speaking, this is not valid JSON. But when the output is being
+        fed to a browser's Javascript, it makes for smaller output and the
+        browser can handle the output just fine.
+    - "useSpecialFloats": false or true
+      - If true, outputs non-finite floating point values in the following way:
+        NaN values as "NaN", positive infinity as "Infinity", and negative infinity
+        as "-Infinity".
+
+    You can examine 'settings_` yourself
+    to see the defaults. You can also write and read them just like any
+    JSON Value.
+    \sa setDefaults()
+    */
+  Json::Value settings_;
+
+  StreamWriterBuilder();
+  ~StreamWriterBuilder() JSONCPP_OVERRIDE;
+
+  /**
+   * \throw std::exception if something goes wrong (e.g. invalid settings)
+   */
+  StreamWriter* newStreamWriter() const JSONCPP_OVERRIDE;
+
+  /** \return true if 'settings' are legal and consistent;
+   *   otherwise, indicate bad settings via 'invalid'.
+   */
+  bool validate(Json::Value* invalid) const;
+  /** A simple way to update a specific setting.
+   */
+  Value& operator[](JSONCPP_STRING key);
+
+  /** Called by ctor, but you can use this to reset settings_.
+   * \pre 'settings' != NULL (but Json::null is fine)
+   * \remark Defaults:
+   * \snippet src/lib_json/json_writer.cpp StreamWriterBuilderDefaults
+   */
+  static void setDefaults(Json::Value* settings);
+};
+
+/** \brief Abstract class for writers.
+ * \deprecated Use StreamWriter. (And really, this is an implementation detail.)
+ */
+class JSON_API Writer {
+public:
+  virtual ~Writer();
+
+  virtual JSONCPP_STRING write(const Value& root) = 0;
+};
+
+/** \brief Outputs a Value in <a HREF="http://www.json.org">JSON</a> format
+ *without formatting (not human friendly).
+ *
+ * The JSON document is written in a single line. It is not intended for 'human'
+ *consumption,
+ * but may be usefull to support feature such as RPC where bandwith is limited.
+ * \sa Reader, Value
+ * \deprecated Use StreamWriterBuilder.
+ */
+class JSON_API FastWriter : public Writer {
+
+public:
+  FastWriter();
+  ~FastWriter() JSONCPP_OVERRIDE {}
+
+  void enableYAMLCompatibility();
+
+  /** \brief Drop the "null" string from the writer's output for nullValues.
+   * Strictly speaking, this is not valid JSON. But when the output is being
+   * fed to a browser's Javascript, it makes for smaller output and the
+   * browser can handle the output just fine.
+   */
+  void dropNullPlaceholders();
+
+  void omitEndingLineFeed();
+
+public: // overridden from Writer
+  JSONCPP_STRING write(const Value& root) JSONCPP_OVERRIDE;
+
+private:
+  void writeValue(const Value& value);
+
+  JSONCPP_STRING document_;
+  bool yamlCompatiblityEnabled_;
+  bool dropNullPlaceholders_;
+  bool omitEndingLineFeed_;
+};
+
+/** \brief Writes a Value in <a HREF="http://www.json.org">JSON</a> format in a
+ *human friendly way.
+ *
+ * The rules for line break and indent are as follow:
+ * - Object value:
+ *     - if empty then print {} without indent and line break
+ *     - if not empty the print '{', line break & indent, print one value per
+ *line
+ *       and then unindent and line break and print '}'.
+ * - Array value:
+ *     - if empty then print [] without indent and line break
+ *     - if the array contains no object value, empty array or some other value
+ *types,
+ *       and all the values fit on one lines, then print the array on a single
+ *line.
+ *     - otherwise, it the values do not fit on one line, or the array contains
+ *       object or non empty array, then print one value per line.
+ *
+ * If the Value have comments then they are outputed according to their
+ *#CommentPlacement.
+ *
+ * \sa Reader, Value, Value::setComment()
+ * \deprecated Use StreamWriterBuilder.
+ */
+class JSON_API StyledWriter : public Writer {
+public:
+  StyledWriter();
+  ~StyledWriter() JSONCPP_OVERRIDE {}
+
+public: // overridden from Writer
+  /** \brief Serialize a Value in <a HREF="http://www.json.org">JSON</a> format.
+   * \param root Value to serialize.
+   * \return String containing the JSON document that represents the root value.
+   */
+  JSONCPP_STRING write(const Value& root) JSONCPP_OVERRIDE;
+
+private:
+  void writeValue(const Value& value);
+  void writeArrayValue(const Value& value);
+  bool isMultineArray(const Value& value);
+  void pushValue(const JSONCPP_STRING& value);
+  void writeIndent();
+  void writeWithIndent(const JSONCPP_STRING& value);
+  void indent();
+  void unindent();
+  void writeCommentBeforeValue(const Value& root);
+  void writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(const Value& root);
+  bool hasCommentForValue(const Value& value);
+  static JSONCPP_STRING normalizeEOL(const JSONCPP_STRING& text);
+
+  typedef std::vector<JSONCPP_STRING> ChildValues;
+
+  ChildValues childValues_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING document_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING indentString_;
+  unsigned int rightMargin_;
+  unsigned int indentSize_;
+  bool addChildValues_;
+};
+
+/** \brief Writes a Value in <a HREF="http://www.json.org">JSON</a> format in a
+ human friendly way,
+     to a stream rather than to a string.
+ *
+ * The rules for line break and indent are as follow:
+ * - Object value:
+ *     - if empty then print {} without indent and line break
+ *     - if not empty the print '{', line break & indent, print one value per
+ line
+ *       and then unindent and line break and print '}'.
+ * - Array value:
+ *     - if empty then print [] without indent and line break
+ *     - if the array contains no object value, empty array or some other value
+ types,
+ *       and all the values fit on one lines, then print the array on a single
+ line.
+ *     - otherwise, it the values do not fit on one line, or the array contains
+ *       object or non empty array, then print one value per line.
+ *
+ * If the Value have comments then they are outputed according to their
+ #CommentPlacement.
+ *
+ * \param indentation Each level will be indented by this amount extra.
+ * \sa Reader, Value, Value::setComment()
+ * \deprecated Use StreamWriterBuilder.
+ */
+class JSON_API StyledStreamWriter {
+public:
+  StyledStreamWriter(JSONCPP_STRING indentation = "\t");
+  ~StyledStreamWriter() {}
+
+public:
+  /** \brief Serialize a Value in <a HREF="http://www.json.org">JSON</a> format.
+   * \param out Stream to write to. (Can be ostringstream, e.g.)
+   * \param root Value to serialize.
+   * \note There is no point in deriving from Writer, since write() should not
+   * return a value.
+   */
+  void write(JSONCPP_OSTREAM& out, const Value& root);
+
+private:
+  void writeValue(const Value& value);
+  void writeArrayValue(const Value& value);
+  bool isMultineArray(const Value& value);
+  void pushValue(const JSONCPP_STRING& value);
+  void writeIndent();
+  void writeWithIndent(const JSONCPP_STRING& value);
+  void indent();
+  void unindent();
+  void writeCommentBeforeValue(const Value& root);
+  void writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(const Value& root);
+  bool hasCommentForValue(const Value& value);
+  static JSONCPP_STRING normalizeEOL(const JSONCPP_STRING& text);
+
+  typedef std::vector<JSONCPP_STRING> ChildValues;
+
+  ChildValues childValues_;
+  JSONCPP_OSTREAM* document_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING indentString_;
+  unsigned int rightMargin_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING indentation_;
+  bool addChildValues_ : 1;
+  bool indented_ : 1;
+};
+
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+JSONCPP_STRING JSON_API valueToString(Int value);
+JSONCPP_STRING JSON_API valueToString(UInt value);
+#endif // if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+JSONCPP_STRING JSON_API valueToString(LargestInt value);
+JSONCPP_STRING JSON_API valueToString(LargestUInt value);
+JSONCPP_STRING JSON_API valueToString(double value);
+JSONCPP_STRING JSON_API valueToString(bool value);
+JSONCPP_STRING JSON_API valueToQuotedString(const char* value);
+
+/// \brief Output using the StyledStreamWriter.
+/// \see Json::operator>>()
+JSON_API JSONCPP_OSTREAM& operator<<(JSONCPP_OSTREAM&, const Value& root);
+
+} // namespace Json
+
+#if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+#pragma warning(pop)
+#endif // if defined(JSONCPP_DISABLE_DLL_INTERFACE_WARNING)
+
+#endif // JSON_WRITER_H_INCLUDED
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/json_reader.cpp
@@ -0,0 +1,2039 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2011 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include <json/assertions.h>
+#include <json/reader.h>
+#include <json/value.h>
+#include "json_tool.h"
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include <utility>
+#include <cstdio>
+#include <cassert>
+#include <cstring>
+#include <istream>
+#include <sstream>
+#include <memory>
+#include <set>
+#include <limits>
+
+#if defined(_MSC_VER)
+#if !defined(WINCE) && defined(__STDC_SECURE_LIB__) && _MSC_VER >= 1500 // VC++ 9.0 and above 
+#define snprintf sprintf_s
+#elif _MSC_VER >= 1900 // VC++ 14.0 and above
+#define snprintf std::snprintf
+#else
+#define snprintf _snprintf
+#endif
+#elif defined(__ANDROID__) || defined(__QNXNTO__)
+#define snprintf snprintf
+#elif __cplusplus >= 201103L
+#if !defined(__MINGW32__) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)
+#define snprintf std::snprintf
+#endif
+#endif
+
+#if defined(__QNXNTO__)
+#define sscanf std::sscanf
+#endif
+
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER >= 1400 // VC++ 8.0
+// Disable warning about strdup being deprecated.
+#pragma warning(disable : 4996)
+#endif
+
+static int const stackLimit_g = 1000;
+static int       stackDepth_g = 0;  // see readValue()
+
+namespace Json {
+
+#if __cplusplus >= 201103L || (defined(_CPPLIB_VER) && _CPPLIB_VER >= 520)
+typedef std::unique_ptr<CharReader> CharReaderPtr;
+#else
+typedef std::auto_ptr<CharReader>   CharReaderPtr;
+#endif
+
+// Implementation of class Features
+// ////////////////////////////////
+
+Features::Features()
+    : allowComments_(true), strictRoot_(false),
+      allowDroppedNullPlaceholders_(false), allowNumericKeys_(false) {}
+
+Features Features::all() { return Features(); }
+
+Features Features::strictMode() {
+  Features features;
+  features.allowComments_ = false;
+  features.strictRoot_ = true;
+  features.allowDroppedNullPlaceholders_ = false;
+  features.allowNumericKeys_ = false;
+  return features;
+}
+
+// Implementation of class Reader
+// ////////////////////////////////
+
+static bool containsNewLine(Reader::Location begin, Reader::Location end) {
+  for (; begin < end; ++begin)
+    if (*begin == '\n' || *begin == '\r')
+      return true;
+  return false;
+}
+
+// Class Reader
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+Reader::Reader()
+    : errors_(), document_(), begin_(), end_(), current_(), lastValueEnd_(),
+      lastValue_(), commentsBefore_(), features_(Features::all()),
+      collectComments_() {}
+
+Reader::Reader(const Features& features)
+    : errors_(), document_(), begin_(), end_(), current_(), lastValueEnd_(),
+      lastValue_(), commentsBefore_(), features_(features), collectComments_() {
+}
+
+bool
+Reader::parse(const std::string& document, Value& root, bool collectComments) {
+  JSONCPP_STRING documentCopy(document.data(), document.data() + document.capacity());
+  std::swap(documentCopy, document_);
+  const char* begin = document_.c_str();
+  const char* end = begin + document_.length();
+  return parse(begin, end, root, collectComments);
+}
+
+bool Reader::parse(std::istream& sin, Value& root, bool collectComments) {
+  // std::istream_iterator<char> begin(sin);
+  // std::istream_iterator<char> end;
+  // Those would allow streamed input from a file, if parse() were a
+  // template function.
+
+  // Since JSONCPP_STRING is reference-counted, this at least does not
+  // create an extra copy.
+  JSONCPP_STRING doc;
+  std::getline(sin, doc, (char)EOF);
+  return parse(doc.data(), doc.data() + doc.size(), root, collectComments);
+}
+
+bool Reader::parse(const char* beginDoc,
+                   const char* endDoc,
+                   Value& root,
+                   bool collectComments) {
+  if (!features_.allowComments_) {
+    collectComments = false;
+  }
+
+  begin_ = beginDoc;
+  end_ = endDoc;
+  collectComments_ = collectComments;
+  current_ = begin_;
+  lastValueEnd_ = 0;
+  lastValue_ = 0;
+  commentsBefore_ = "";
+  errors_.clear();
+  while (!nodes_.empty())
+    nodes_.pop();
+  nodes_.push(&root);
+
+  stackDepth_g = 0;  // Yes, this is bad coding, but options are limited.
+  bool successful = readValue();
+  Token token;
+  skipCommentTokens(token);
+  if (collectComments_ && !commentsBefore_.empty())
+    root.setComment(commentsBefore_, commentAfter);
+  if (features_.strictRoot_) {
+    if (!root.isArray() && !root.isObject()) {
+      // Set error location to start of doc, ideally should be first token found
+      // in doc
+      token.type_ = tokenError;
+      token.start_ = beginDoc;
+      token.end_ = endDoc;
+      addError(
+          "A valid JSON document must be either an array or an object value.",
+          token);
+      return false;
+    }
+  }
+  return successful;
+}
+
+bool Reader::readValue() {
+  // This is a non-reentrant way to support a stackLimit. Terrible!
+  // But this deprecated class has a security problem: Bad input can
+  // cause a seg-fault. This seems like a fair, binary-compatible way
+  // to prevent the problem.
+  if (stackDepth_g >= stackLimit_g) throwRuntimeError("Exceeded stackLimit in readValue().");
+  ++stackDepth_g;
+
+  Token token;
+  skipCommentTokens(token);
+  bool successful = true;
+
+  if (collectComments_ && !commentsBefore_.empty()) {
+    currentValue().setComment(commentsBefore_, commentBefore);
+    commentsBefore_ = "";
+  }
+
+  switch (token.type_) {
+  case tokenObjectBegin:
+    successful = readObject(token);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(current_ - begin_);
+    break;
+  case tokenArrayBegin:
+    successful = readArray(token);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(current_ - begin_);
+    break;
+  case tokenNumber:
+    successful = decodeNumber(token);
+    break;
+  case tokenString:
+    successful = decodeString(token);
+    break;
+  case tokenTrue:
+    {
+    Value v(true);
+    currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    }
+    break;
+  case tokenFalse:
+    {
+    Value v(false);
+    currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    }
+    break;
+  case tokenNull:
+    {
+    Value v;
+    currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    }
+    break;
+  case tokenArraySeparator:
+  case tokenObjectEnd:
+  case tokenArrayEnd:
+    if (features_.allowDroppedNullPlaceholders_) {
+      // "Un-read" the current token and mark the current value as a null
+      // token.
+      current_--;
+      Value v;
+      currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+      currentValue().setOffsetStart(current_ - begin_ - 1);
+      currentValue().setOffsetLimit(current_ - begin_);
+      break;
+    } // Else, fall through...
+  default:
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    return addError("Syntax error: value, object or array expected.", token);
+  }
+
+  if (collectComments_) {
+    lastValueEnd_ = current_;
+    lastValue_ = &currentValue();
+  }
+
+  --stackDepth_g;
+  return successful;
+}
+
+void Reader::skipCommentTokens(Token& token) {
+  if (features_.allowComments_) {
+    do {
+      readToken(token);
+    } while (token.type_ == tokenComment);
+  } else {
+    readToken(token);
+  }
+}
+
+bool Reader::readToken(Token& token) {
+  skipSpaces();
+  token.start_ = current_;
+  Char c = getNextChar();
+  bool ok = true;
+  switch (c) {
+  case '{':
+    token.type_ = tokenObjectBegin;
+    break;
+  case '}':
+    token.type_ = tokenObjectEnd;
+    break;
+  case '[':
+    token.type_ = tokenArrayBegin;
+    break;
+  case ']':
+    token.type_ = tokenArrayEnd;
+    break;
+  case '"':
+    token.type_ = tokenString;
+    ok = readString();
+    break;
+  case '/':
+    token.type_ = tokenComment;
+    ok = readComment();
+    break;
+  case '0':
+  case '1':
+  case '2':
+  case '3':
+  case '4':
+  case '5':
+  case '6':
+  case '7':
+  case '8':
+  case '9':
+  case '-':
+    token.type_ = tokenNumber;
+    readNumber();
+    break;
+  case 't':
+    token.type_ = tokenTrue;
+    ok = match("rue", 3);
+    break;
+  case 'f':
+    token.type_ = tokenFalse;
+    ok = match("alse", 4);
+    break;
+  case 'n':
+    token.type_ = tokenNull;
+    ok = match("ull", 3);
+    break;
+  case ',':
+    token.type_ = tokenArraySeparator;
+    break;
+  case ':':
+    token.type_ = tokenMemberSeparator;
+    break;
+  case 0:
+    token.type_ = tokenEndOfStream;
+    break;
+  default:
+    ok = false;
+    break;
+  }
+  if (!ok)
+    token.type_ = tokenError;
+  token.end_ = current_;
+  return true;
+}
+
+void Reader::skipSpaces() {
+  while (current_ != end_) {
+    Char c = *current_;
+    if (c == ' ' || c == '\t' || c == '\r' || c == '\n')
+      ++current_;
+    else
+      break;
+  }
+}
+
+bool Reader::match(Location pattern, int patternLength) {
+  if (end_ - current_ < patternLength)
+    return false;
+  int index = patternLength;
+  while (index--)
+    if (current_[index] != pattern[index])
+      return false;
+  current_ += patternLength;
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::readComment() {
+  Location commentBegin = current_ - 1;
+  Char c = getNextChar();
+  bool successful = false;
+  if (c == '*')
+    successful = readCStyleComment();
+  else if (c == '/')
+    successful = readCppStyleComment();
+  if (!successful)
+    return false;
+
+  if (collectComments_) {
+    CommentPlacement placement = commentBefore;
+    if (lastValueEnd_ && !containsNewLine(lastValueEnd_, commentBegin)) {
+      if (c != '*' || !containsNewLine(commentBegin, current_))
+        placement = commentAfterOnSameLine;
+    }
+
+    addComment(commentBegin, current_, placement);
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+static JSONCPP_STRING normalizeEOL(Reader::Location begin, Reader::Location end) {
+  JSONCPP_STRING normalized;
+  normalized.reserve(static_cast<size_t>(end - begin));
+  Reader::Location current = begin;
+  while (current != end) {
+    char c = *current++;
+    if (c == '\r') {
+      if (current != end && *current == '\n')
+         // convert dos EOL
+         ++current;
+      // convert Mac EOL
+      normalized += '\n';
+    } else {
+      normalized += c;
+    }
+  }
+  return normalized;
+}
+
+void
+Reader::addComment(Location begin, Location end, CommentPlacement placement) {
+  assert(collectComments_);
+  const JSONCPP_STRING& normalized = normalizeEOL(begin, end);
+  if (placement == commentAfterOnSameLine) {
+    assert(lastValue_ != 0);
+    lastValue_->setComment(normalized, placement);
+  } else {
+    commentsBefore_ += normalized;
+  }
+}
+
+bool Reader::readCStyleComment() {
+  while (current_ != end_) {
+    Char c = getNextChar();
+    if (c == '*' && *current_ == '/')
+      break;
+  }
+  return getNextChar() == '/';
+}
+
+bool Reader::readCppStyleComment() {
+  while (current_ != end_) {
+    Char c = getNextChar();
+    if (c == '\n')
+      break;
+    if (c == '\r') {
+      // Consume DOS EOL. It will be normalized in addComment.
+      if (current_ != end_ && *current_ == '\n')
+        getNextChar();
+      // Break on Moc OS 9 EOL.
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+void Reader::readNumber() {
+  const char *p = current_;
+  char c = '0'; // stopgap for already consumed character
+  // integral part
+  while (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
+    c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+  // fractional part
+  if (c == '.') {
+    c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+    while (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
+      c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+  }
+  // exponential part
+  if (c == 'e' || c == 'E') {
+    c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+    if (c == '+' || c == '-')
+      c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+    while (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
+      c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+  }
+}
+
+bool Reader::readString() {
+  Char c = '\0';
+  while (current_ != end_) {
+    c = getNextChar();
+    if (c == '\\')
+      getNextChar();
+    else if (c == '"')
+      break;
+  }
+  return c == '"';
+}
+
+bool Reader::readObject(Token& tokenStart) {
+  Token tokenName;
+  JSONCPP_STRING name;
+  Value init(objectValue);
+  currentValue().swapPayload(init);
+  currentValue().setOffsetStart(tokenStart.start_ - begin_);
+  while (readToken(tokenName)) {
+    bool initialTokenOk = true;
+    while (tokenName.type_ == tokenComment && initialTokenOk)
+      initialTokenOk = readToken(tokenName);
+    if (!initialTokenOk)
+      break;
+    if (tokenName.type_ == tokenObjectEnd && name.empty()) // empty object
+      return true;
+    name = "";
+    if (tokenName.type_ == tokenString) {
+      if (!decodeString(tokenName, name))
+        return recoverFromError(tokenObjectEnd);
+    } else if (tokenName.type_ == tokenNumber && features_.allowNumericKeys_) {
+      Value numberName;
+      if (!decodeNumber(tokenName, numberName))
+        return recoverFromError(tokenObjectEnd);
+      name = JSONCPP_STRING(numberName.asCString());
+    } else {
+      break;
+    }
+
+    Token colon;
+    if (!readToken(colon) || colon.type_ != tokenMemberSeparator) {
+      return addErrorAndRecover(
+          "Missing ':' after object member name", colon, tokenObjectEnd);
+    }
+    Value& value = currentValue()[name];
+    nodes_.push(&value);
+    bool ok = readValue();
+    nodes_.pop();
+    if (!ok) // error already set
+      return recoverFromError(tokenObjectEnd);
+
+    Token comma;
+    if (!readToken(comma) ||
+        (comma.type_ != tokenObjectEnd && comma.type_ != tokenArraySeparator &&
+         comma.type_ != tokenComment)) {
+      return addErrorAndRecover(
+          "Missing ',' or '}' in object declaration", comma, tokenObjectEnd);
+    }
+    bool finalizeTokenOk = true;
+    while (comma.type_ == tokenComment && finalizeTokenOk)
+      finalizeTokenOk = readToken(comma);
+    if (comma.type_ == tokenObjectEnd)
+      return true;
+  }
+  return addErrorAndRecover(
+      "Missing '}' or object member name", tokenName, tokenObjectEnd);
+}
+
+bool Reader::readArray(Token& tokenStart) {
+  Value init(arrayValue);
+  currentValue().swapPayload(init);
+  currentValue().setOffsetStart(tokenStart.start_ - begin_);
+  skipSpaces();
+  if (*current_ == ']') // empty array
+  {
+    Token endArray;
+    readToken(endArray);
+    return true;
+  }
+  int index = 0;
+  for (;;) {
+    Value& value = currentValue()[index++];
+    nodes_.push(&value);
+    bool ok = readValue();
+    nodes_.pop();
+    if (!ok) // error already set
+      return recoverFromError(tokenArrayEnd);
+
+    Token token;
+    // Accept Comment after last item in the array.
+    ok = readToken(token);
+    while (token.type_ == tokenComment && ok) {
+      ok = readToken(token);
+    }
+    bool badTokenType =
+        (token.type_ != tokenArraySeparator && token.type_ != tokenArrayEnd);
+    if (!ok || badTokenType) {
+      return addErrorAndRecover(
+          "Missing ',' or ']' in array declaration", token, tokenArrayEnd);
+    }
+    if (token.type_ == tokenArrayEnd)
+      break;
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::decodeNumber(Token& token) {
+  Value decoded;
+  if (!decodeNumber(token, decoded))
+    return false;
+  currentValue().swapPayload(decoded);
+  currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+  currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::decodeNumber(Token& token, Value& decoded) {
+  // Attempts to parse the number as an integer. If the number is
+  // larger than the maximum supported value of an integer then
+  // we decode the number as a double.
+  Location current = token.start_;
+  bool isNegative = *current == '-';
+  if (isNegative)
+    ++current;
+  // TODO: Help the compiler do the div and mod at compile time or get rid of them.
+  Value::LargestUInt maxIntegerValue =
+      isNegative ? Value::LargestUInt(Value::maxLargestInt) + 1
+                 : Value::maxLargestUInt;
+  Value::LargestUInt threshold = maxIntegerValue / 10;
+  Value::LargestUInt value = 0;
+  while (current < token.end_) {
+    Char c = *current++;
+    if (c < '0' || c > '9')
+      return decodeDouble(token, decoded);
+    Value::UInt digit(static_cast<Value::UInt>(c - '0'));
+    if (value >= threshold) {
+      // We've hit or exceeded the max value divided by 10 (rounded down). If
+      // a) we've only just touched the limit, b) this is the last digit, and
+      // c) it's small enough to fit in that rounding delta, we're okay.
+      // Otherwise treat this number as a double to avoid overflow.
+      if (value > threshold || current != token.end_ ||
+          digit > maxIntegerValue % 10) {
+        return decodeDouble(token, decoded);
+      }
+    }
+    value = value * 10 + digit;
+  }
+  if (isNegative && value == maxIntegerValue)
+    decoded = Value::minLargestInt;
+  else if (isNegative)
+    decoded = -Value::LargestInt(value);
+  else if (value <= Value::LargestUInt(Value::maxInt))
+    decoded = Value::LargestInt(value);
+  else
+    decoded = value;
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::decodeDouble(Token& token) {
+  Value decoded;
+  if (!decodeDouble(token, decoded))
+    return false;
+  currentValue().swapPayload(decoded);
+  currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+  currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::decodeDouble(Token& token, Value& decoded) {
+  double value = 0;
+  JSONCPP_STRING buffer(token.start_, token.end_);
+  JSONCPP_ISTRINGSTREAM is(buffer);
+  if (!(is >> value))
+    return addError("'" + JSONCPP_STRING(token.start_, token.end_) +
+                        "' is not a number.",
+                    token);
+  decoded = value;
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::decodeString(Token& token) {
+  JSONCPP_STRING decoded_string;
+  if (!decodeString(token, decoded_string))
+    return false;
+  Value decoded(decoded_string);
+  currentValue().swapPayload(decoded);
+  currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+  currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::decodeString(Token& token, JSONCPP_STRING& decoded) {
+  decoded.reserve(static_cast<size_t>(token.end_ - token.start_ - 2));
+  Location current = token.start_ + 1; // skip '"'
+  Location end = token.end_ - 1;       // do not include '"'
+  while (current != end) {
+    Char c = *current++;
+    if (c == '"')
+      break;
+    else if (c == '\\') {
+      if (current == end)
+        return addError("Empty escape sequence in string", token, current);
+      Char escape = *current++;
+      switch (escape) {
+      case '"':
+        decoded += '"';
+        break;
+      case '/':
+        decoded += '/';
+        break;
+      case '\\':
+        decoded += '\\';
+        break;
+      case 'b':
+        decoded += '\b';
+        break;
+      case 'f':
+        decoded += '\f';
+        break;
+      case 'n':
+        decoded += '\n';
+        break;
+      case 'r':
+        decoded += '\r';
+        break;
+      case 't':
+        decoded += '\t';
+        break;
+      case 'u': {
+        unsigned int unicode;
+        if (!decodeUnicodeCodePoint(token, current, end, unicode))
+          return false;
+        decoded += codePointToUTF8(unicode);
+      } break;
+      default:
+        return addError("Bad escape sequence in string", token, current);
+      }
+    } else {
+      decoded += c;
+    }
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::decodeUnicodeCodePoint(Token& token,
+                                    Location& current,
+                                    Location end,
+                                    unsigned int& unicode) {
+
+  if (!decodeUnicodeEscapeSequence(token, current, end, unicode))
+    return false;
+  if (unicode >= 0xD800 && unicode <= 0xDBFF) {
+    // surrogate pairs
+    if (end - current < 6)
+      return addError(
+          "additional six characters expected to parse unicode surrogate pair.",
+          token,
+          current);
+    unsigned int surrogatePair;
+    if (*(current++) == '\\' && *(current++) == 'u') {
+      if (decodeUnicodeEscapeSequence(token, current, end, surrogatePair)) {
+        unicode = 0x10000 + ((unicode & 0x3FF) << 10) + (surrogatePair & 0x3FF);
+      } else
+        return false;
+    } else
+      return addError("expecting another \\u token to begin the second half of "
+                      "a unicode surrogate pair",
+                      token,
+                      current);
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::decodeUnicodeEscapeSequence(Token& token,
+                                         Location& current,
+                                         Location end,
+                                         unsigned int& ret_unicode) {
+  if (end - current < 4)
+    return addError(
+        "Bad unicode escape sequence in string: four digits expected.",
+        token,
+        current);
+  int unicode = 0;
+  for (int index = 0; index < 4; ++index) {
+    Char c = *current++;
+    unicode *= 16;
+    if (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
+      unicode += c - '0';
+    else if (c >= 'a' && c <= 'f')
+      unicode += c - 'a' + 10;
+    else if (c >= 'A' && c <= 'F')
+      unicode += c - 'A' + 10;
+    else
+      return addError(
+          "Bad unicode escape sequence in string: hexadecimal digit expected.",
+          token,
+          current);
+  }
+  ret_unicode = static_cast<unsigned int>(unicode);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool
+Reader::addError(const JSONCPP_STRING& message, Token& token, Location extra) {
+  ErrorInfo info;
+  info.token_ = token;
+  info.message_ = message;
+  info.extra_ = extra;
+  errors_.push_back(info);
+  return false;
+}
+
+bool Reader::recoverFromError(TokenType skipUntilToken) {
+  size_t const errorCount = errors_.size();
+  Token skip;
+  for (;;) {
+    if (!readToken(skip))
+      errors_.resize(errorCount); // discard errors caused by recovery
+    if (skip.type_ == skipUntilToken || skip.type_ == tokenEndOfStream)
+      break;
+  }
+  errors_.resize(errorCount);
+  return false;
+}
+
+bool Reader::addErrorAndRecover(const JSONCPP_STRING& message,
+                                Token& token,
+                                TokenType skipUntilToken) {
+  addError(message, token);
+  return recoverFromError(skipUntilToken);
+}
+
+Value& Reader::currentValue() { return *(nodes_.top()); }
+
+Reader::Char Reader::getNextChar() {
+  if (current_ == end_)
+    return 0;
+  return *current_++;
+}
+
+void Reader::getLocationLineAndColumn(Location location,
+                                      int& line,
+                                      int& column) const {
+  Location current = begin_;
+  Location lastLineStart = current;
+  line = 0;
+  while (current < location && current != end_) {
+    Char c = *current++;
+    if (c == '\r') {
+      if (*current == '\n')
+        ++current;
+      lastLineStart = current;
+      ++line;
+    } else if (c == '\n') {
+      lastLineStart = current;
+      ++line;
+    }
+  }
+  // column & line start at 1
+  column = int(location - lastLineStart) + 1;
+  ++line;
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING Reader::getLocationLineAndColumn(Location location) const {
+  int line, column;
+  getLocationLineAndColumn(location, line, column);
+  char buffer[18 + 16 + 16 + 1];
+  snprintf(buffer, sizeof(buffer), "Line %d, Column %d", line, column);
+  return buffer;
+}
+
+// Deprecated. Preserved for backward compatibility
+JSONCPP_STRING Reader::getFormatedErrorMessages() const {
+  return getFormattedErrorMessages();
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING Reader::getFormattedErrorMessages() const {
+  JSONCPP_STRING formattedMessage;
+  for (Errors::const_iterator itError = errors_.begin();
+       itError != errors_.end();
+       ++itError) {
+    const ErrorInfo& error = *itError;
+    formattedMessage +=
+        "* " + getLocationLineAndColumn(error.token_.start_) + "\n";
+    formattedMessage += "  " + error.message_ + "\n";
+    if (error.extra_)
+      formattedMessage +=
+          "See " + getLocationLineAndColumn(error.extra_) + " for detail.\n";
+  }
+  return formattedMessage;
+}
+
+std::vector<Reader::StructuredError> Reader::getStructuredErrors() const {
+  std::vector<Reader::StructuredError> allErrors;
+  for (Errors::const_iterator itError = errors_.begin();
+       itError != errors_.end();
+       ++itError) {
+    const ErrorInfo& error = *itError;
+    Reader::StructuredError structured;
+    structured.offset_start = error.token_.start_ - begin_;
+    structured.offset_limit = error.token_.end_ - begin_;
+    structured.message = error.message_;
+    allErrors.push_back(structured);
+  }
+  return allErrors;
+}
+
+bool Reader::pushError(const Value& value, const JSONCPP_STRING& message) {
+  ptrdiff_t const length = end_ - begin_;
+  if(value.getOffsetStart() > length
+    || value.getOffsetLimit() > length)
+    return false;
+  Token token;
+  token.type_ = tokenError;
+  token.start_ = begin_ + value.getOffsetStart();
+  token.end_ = end_ + value.getOffsetLimit();
+  ErrorInfo info;
+  info.token_ = token;
+  info.message_ = message;
+  info.extra_ = 0;
+  errors_.push_back(info);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::pushError(const Value& value, const JSONCPP_STRING& message, const Value& extra) {
+  ptrdiff_t const length = end_ - begin_;
+  if(value.getOffsetStart() > length
+    || value.getOffsetLimit() > length
+    || extra.getOffsetLimit() > length)
+    return false;
+  Token token;
+  token.type_ = tokenError;
+  token.start_ = begin_ + value.getOffsetStart();
+  token.end_ = begin_ + value.getOffsetLimit();
+  ErrorInfo info;
+  info.token_ = token;
+  info.message_ = message;
+  info.extra_ = begin_ + extra.getOffsetStart();
+  errors_.push_back(info);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool Reader::good() const {
+  return !errors_.size();
+}
+
+// exact copy of Features
+class OurFeatures {
+public:
+  static OurFeatures all();
+  bool allowComments_;
+  bool strictRoot_;
+  bool allowDroppedNullPlaceholders_;
+  bool allowNumericKeys_;
+  bool allowSingleQuotes_;
+  bool failIfExtra_;
+  bool rejectDupKeys_;
+  bool allowSpecialFloats_;
+  int stackLimit_;
+};  // OurFeatures
+
+// exact copy of Implementation of class Features
+// ////////////////////////////////
+
+OurFeatures OurFeatures::all() { return OurFeatures(); }
+
+// Implementation of class Reader
+// ////////////////////////////////
+
+// exact copy of Reader, renamed to OurReader
+class OurReader {
+public:
+  typedef char Char;
+  typedef const Char* Location;
+  struct StructuredError {
+    ptrdiff_t offset_start;
+    ptrdiff_t offset_limit;
+    JSONCPP_STRING message;
+  };
+
+  OurReader(OurFeatures const& features);
+  bool parse(const char* beginDoc,
+             const char* endDoc,
+             Value& root,
+             bool collectComments = true);
+  JSONCPP_STRING getFormattedErrorMessages() const;
+  std::vector<StructuredError> getStructuredErrors() const;
+  bool pushError(const Value& value, const JSONCPP_STRING& message);
+  bool pushError(const Value& value, const JSONCPP_STRING& message, const Value& extra);
+  bool good() const;
+
+private:
+  OurReader(OurReader const&);  // no impl
+  void operator=(OurReader const&);  // no impl
+
+  enum TokenType {
+    tokenEndOfStream = 0,
+    tokenObjectBegin,
+    tokenObjectEnd,
+    tokenArrayBegin,
+    tokenArrayEnd,
+    tokenString,
+    tokenNumber,
+    tokenTrue,
+    tokenFalse,
+    tokenNull,
+    tokenNaN,
+    tokenPosInf,
+    tokenNegInf,
+    tokenArraySeparator,
+    tokenMemberSeparator,
+    tokenComment,
+    tokenError
+  };
+
+  class Token {
+  public:
+    TokenType type_;
+    Location start_;
+    Location end_;
+  };
+
+  class ErrorInfo {
+  public:
+    Token token_;
+    JSONCPP_STRING message_;
+    Location extra_;
+  };
+
+  typedef std::deque<ErrorInfo> Errors;
+
+  bool readToken(Token& token);
+  void skipSpaces();
+  bool match(Location pattern, int patternLength);
+  bool readComment();
+  bool readCStyleComment();
+  bool readCppStyleComment();
+  bool readString();
+  bool readStringSingleQuote();
+  bool readNumber(bool checkInf);
+  bool readValue();
+  bool readObject(Token& token);
+  bool readArray(Token& token);
+  bool decodeNumber(Token& token);
+  bool decodeNumber(Token& token, Value& decoded);
+  bool decodeString(Token& token);
+  bool decodeString(Token& token, JSONCPP_STRING& decoded);
+  bool decodeDouble(Token& token);
+  bool decodeDouble(Token& token, Value& decoded);
+  bool decodeUnicodeCodePoint(Token& token,
+                              Location& current,
+                              Location end,
+                              unsigned int& unicode);
+  bool decodeUnicodeEscapeSequence(Token& token,
+                                   Location& current,
+                                   Location end,
+                                   unsigned int& unicode);
+  bool addError(const JSONCPP_STRING& message, Token& token, Location extra = 0);
+  bool recoverFromError(TokenType skipUntilToken);
+  bool addErrorAndRecover(const JSONCPP_STRING& message,
+                          Token& token,
+                          TokenType skipUntilToken);
+  void skipUntilSpace();
+  Value& currentValue();
+  Char getNextChar();
+  void
+  getLocationLineAndColumn(Location location, int& line, int& column) const;
+  JSONCPP_STRING getLocationLineAndColumn(Location location) const;
+  void addComment(Location begin, Location end, CommentPlacement placement);
+  void skipCommentTokens(Token& token);
+
+  typedef std::stack<Value*> Nodes;
+  Nodes nodes_;
+  Errors errors_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING document_;
+  Location begin_;
+  Location end_;
+  Location current_;
+  Location lastValueEnd_;
+  Value* lastValue_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING commentsBefore_;
+  int stackDepth_;
+
+  OurFeatures const features_;
+  bool collectComments_;
+};  // OurReader
+
+// complete copy of Read impl, for OurReader
+
+OurReader::OurReader(OurFeatures const& features)
+    : errors_(), document_(), begin_(), end_(), current_(), lastValueEnd_(),
+      lastValue_(), commentsBefore_(),
+      stackDepth_(0),
+      features_(features), collectComments_() {
+}
+
+bool OurReader::parse(const char* beginDoc,
+                   const char* endDoc,
+                   Value& root,
+                   bool collectComments) {
+  if (!features_.allowComments_) {
+    collectComments = false;
+  }
+
+  begin_ = beginDoc;
+  end_ = endDoc;
+  collectComments_ = collectComments;
+  current_ = begin_;
+  lastValueEnd_ = 0;
+  lastValue_ = 0;
+  commentsBefore_ = "";
+  errors_.clear();
+  while (!nodes_.empty())
+    nodes_.pop();
+  nodes_.push(&root);
+
+  stackDepth_ = 0;
+  bool successful = readValue();
+  Token token;
+  skipCommentTokens(token);
+  if (features_.failIfExtra_) {
+    if ((features_.strictRoot_ || token.type_ != tokenError) && token.type_ != tokenEndOfStream) {
+      addError("Extra non-whitespace after JSON value.", token);
+      return false;
+    }
+  }
+  if (collectComments_ && !commentsBefore_.empty())
+    root.setComment(commentsBefore_, commentAfter);
+  if (features_.strictRoot_) {
+    if (!root.isArray() && !root.isObject()) {
+      // Set error location to start of doc, ideally should be first token found
+      // in doc
+      token.type_ = tokenError;
+      token.start_ = beginDoc;
+      token.end_ = endDoc;
+      addError(
+          "A valid JSON document must be either an array or an object value.",
+          token);
+      return false;
+    }
+  }
+  return successful;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::readValue() {
+  if (stackDepth_ >= features_.stackLimit_) throwRuntimeError("Exceeded stackLimit in readValue().");
+  ++stackDepth_;
+  Token token;
+  skipCommentTokens(token);
+  bool successful = true;
+
+  if (collectComments_ && !commentsBefore_.empty()) {
+    currentValue().setComment(commentsBefore_, commentBefore);
+    commentsBefore_ = "";
+  }
+
+  switch (token.type_) {
+  case tokenObjectBegin:
+    successful = readObject(token);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(current_ - begin_);
+    break;
+  case tokenArrayBegin:
+    successful = readArray(token);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(current_ - begin_);
+    break;
+  case tokenNumber:
+    successful = decodeNumber(token);
+    break;
+  case tokenString:
+    successful = decodeString(token);
+    break;
+  case tokenTrue:
+    {
+    Value v(true);
+    currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    }
+    break;
+  case tokenFalse:
+    {
+    Value v(false);
+    currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    }
+    break;
+  case tokenNull:
+    {
+    Value v;
+    currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    }
+    break;
+  case tokenNaN:
+    {
+    Value v(std::numeric_limits<double>::quiet_NaN());
+    currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    }
+    break;
+  case tokenPosInf:
+    {
+    Value v(std::numeric_limits<double>::infinity());
+    currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    }
+    break;
+  case tokenNegInf:
+    {
+    Value v(-std::numeric_limits<double>::infinity());
+    currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    }
+    break;
+  case tokenArraySeparator:
+  case tokenObjectEnd:
+  case tokenArrayEnd:
+    if (features_.allowDroppedNullPlaceholders_) {
+      // "Un-read" the current token and mark the current value as a null
+      // token.
+      current_--;
+      Value v;
+      currentValue().swapPayload(v);
+      currentValue().setOffsetStart(current_ - begin_ - 1);
+      currentValue().setOffsetLimit(current_ - begin_);
+      break;
+    } // else, fall through ...
+  default:
+    currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+    currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+    return addError("Syntax error: value, object or array expected.", token);
+  }
+
+  if (collectComments_) {
+    lastValueEnd_ = current_;
+    lastValue_ = &currentValue();
+  }
+
+  --stackDepth_;
+  return successful;
+}
+
+void OurReader::skipCommentTokens(Token& token) {
+  if (features_.allowComments_) {
+    do {
+      readToken(token);
+    } while (token.type_ == tokenComment);
+  } else {
+    readToken(token);
+  }
+}
+
+bool OurReader::readToken(Token& token) {
+  skipSpaces();
+  token.start_ = current_;
+  Char c = getNextChar();
+  bool ok = true;
+  switch (c) {
+  case '{':
+    token.type_ = tokenObjectBegin;
+    break;
+  case '}':
+    token.type_ = tokenObjectEnd;
+    break;
+  case '[':
+    token.type_ = tokenArrayBegin;
+    break;
+  case ']':
+    token.type_ = tokenArrayEnd;
+    break;
+  case '"':
+    token.type_ = tokenString;
+    ok = readString();
+    break;
+  case '\'':
+    if (features_.allowSingleQuotes_) {
+    token.type_ = tokenString;
+    ok = readStringSingleQuote();
+    break;
+    } // else continue
+  case '/':
+    token.type_ = tokenComment;
+    ok = readComment();
+    break;
+  case '0':
+  case '1':
+  case '2':
+  case '3':
+  case '4':
+  case '5':
+  case '6':
+  case '7':
+  case '8':
+  case '9':
+    token.type_ = tokenNumber;
+    readNumber(false);
+    break;
+  case '-':
+    if (readNumber(true)) {
+      token.type_ = tokenNumber;
+    } else {
+      token.type_ = tokenNegInf;
+      ok = features_.allowSpecialFloats_ && match("nfinity", 7);
+    }
+    break;
+  case 't':
+    token.type_ = tokenTrue;
+    ok = match("rue", 3);
+    break;
+  case 'f':
+    token.type_ = tokenFalse;
+    ok = match("alse", 4);
+    break;
+  case 'n':
+    token.type_ = tokenNull;
+    ok = match("ull", 3);
+    break;
+  case 'N':
+    if (features_.allowSpecialFloats_) {
+      token.type_ = tokenNaN;
+      ok = match("aN", 2);
+    } else {
+      ok = false;
+    }
+    break;
+  case 'I':
+    if (features_.allowSpecialFloats_) {
+      token.type_ = tokenPosInf;
+      ok = match("nfinity", 7);
+    } else {
+      ok = false;
+    }
+    break;
+  case ',':
+    token.type_ = tokenArraySeparator;
+    break;
+  case ':':
+    token.type_ = tokenMemberSeparator;
+    break;
+  case 0:
+    token.type_ = tokenEndOfStream;
+    break;
+  default:
+    ok = false;
+    break;
+  }
+  if (!ok)
+    token.type_ = tokenError;
+  token.end_ = current_;
+  return true;
+}
+
+void OurReader::skipSpaces() {
+  while (current_ != end_) {
+    Char c = *current_;
+    if (c == ' ' || c == '\t' || c == '\r' || c == '\n')
+      ++current_;
+    else
+      break;
+  }
+}
+
+bool OurReader::match(Location pattern, int patternLength) {
+  if (end_ - current_ < patternLength)
+    return false;
+  int index = patternLength;
+  while (index--)
+    if (current_[index] != pattern[index])
+      return false;
+  current_ += patternLength;
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::readComment() {
+  Location commentBegin = current_ - 1;
+  Char c = getNextChar();
+  bool successful = false;
+  if (c == '*')
+    successful = readCStyleComment();
+  else if (c == '/')
+    successful = readCppStyleComment();
+  if (!successful)
+    return false;
+
+  if (collectComments_) {
+    CommentPlacement placement = commentBefore;
+    if (lastValueEnd_ && !containsNewLine(lastValueEnd_, commentBegin)) {
+      if (c != '*' || !containsNewLine(commentBegin, current_))
+        placement = commentAfterOnSameLine;
+    }
+
+    addComment(commentBegin, current_, placement);
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+void
+OurReader::addComment(Location begin, Location end, CommentPlacement placement) {
+  assert(collectComments_);
+  const JSONCPP_STRING& normalized = normalizeEOL(begin, end);
+  if (placement == commentAfterOnSameLine) {
+    assert(lastValue_ != 0);
+    lastValue_->setComment(normalized, placement);
+  } else {
+    commentsBefore_ += normalized;
+  }
+}
+
+bool OurReader::readCStyleComment() {
+  while (current_ != end_) {
+    Char c = getNextChar();
+    if (c == '*' && *current_ == '/')
+      break;
+  }
+  return getNextChar() == '/';
+}
+
+bool OurReader::readCppStyleComment() {
+  while (current_ != end_) {
+    Char c = getNextChar();
+    if (c == '\n')
+      break;
+    if (c == '\r') {
+      // Consume DOS EOL. It will be normalized in addComment.
+      if (current_ != end_ && *current_ == '\n')
+        getNextChar();
+      // Break on Moc OS 9 EOL.
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::readNumber(bool checkInf) {
+  const char *p = current_;
+  if (checkInf && p != end_ && *p == 'I') {
+    current_ = ++p;
+    return false;
+  }
+  char c = '0'; // stopgap for already consumed character
+  // integral part
+  while (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
+    c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+  // fractional part
+  if (c == '.') {
+    c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+    while (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
+      c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+  }
+  // exponential part
+  if (c == 'e' || c == 'E') {
+    c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+    if (c == '+' || c == '-')
+      c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+    while (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
+      c = (current_ = p) < end_ ? *p++ : '\0';
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+bool OurReader::readString() {
+  Char c = 0;
+  while (current_ != end_) {
+    c = getNextChar();
+    if (c == '\\')
+      getNextChar();
+    else if (c == '"')
+      break;
+  }
+  return c == '"';
+}
+
+
+bool OurReader::readStringSingleQuote() {
+  Char c = 0;
+  while (current_ != end_) {
+    c = getNextChar();
+    if (c == '\\')
+      getNextChar();
+    else if (c == '\'')
+      break;
+  }
+  return c == '\'';
+}
+
+bool OurReader::readObject(Token& tokenStart) {
+  Token tokenName;
+  JSONCPP_STRING name;
+  Value init(objectValue);
+  currentValue().swapPayload(init);
+  currentValue().setOffsetStart(tokenStart.start_ - begin_);
+  while (readToken(tokenName)) {
+    bool initialTokenOk = true;
+    while (tokenName.type_ == tokenComment && initialTokenOk)
+      initialTokenOk = readToken(tokenName);
+    if (!initialTokenOk)
+      break;
+    if (tokenName.type_ == tokenObjectEnd && name.empty()) // empty object
+      return true;
+    name = "";
+    if (tokenName.type_ == tokenString) {
+      if (!decodeString(tokenName, name))
+        return recoverFromError(tokenObjectEnd);
+    } else if (tokenName.type_ == tokenNumber && features_.allowNumericKeys_) {
+      Value numberName;
+      if (!decodeNumber(tokenName, numberName))
+        return recoverFromError(tokenObjectEnd);
+      name = numberName.asString();
+    } else {
+      break;
+    }
+
+    Token colon;
+    if (!readToken(colon) || colon.type_ != tokenMemberSeparator) {
+      return addErrorAndRecover(
+          "Missing ':' after object member name", colon, tokenObjectEnd);
+    }
+    if (name.length() >= (1U<<30)) throwRuntimeError("keylength >= 2^30");
+    if (features_.rejectDupKeys_ && currentValue().isMember(name)) {
+      JSONCPP_STRING msg = "Duplicate key: '" + name + "'";
+      return addErrorAndRecover(
+          msg, tokenName, tokenObjectEnd);
+    }
+    Value& value = currentValue()[name];
+    nodes_.push(&value);
+    bool ok = readValue();
+    nodes_.pop();
+    if (!ok) // error already set
+      return recoverFromError(tokenObjectEnd);
+
+    Token comma;
+    if (!readToken(comma) ||
+        (comma.type_ != tokenObjectEnd && comma.type_ != tokenArraySeparator &&
+         comma.type_ != tokenComment)) {
+      return addErrorAndRecover(
+          "Missing ',' or '}' in object declaration", comma, tokenObjectEnd);
+    }
+    bool finalizeTokenOk = true;
+    while (comma.type_ == tokenComment && finalizeTokenOk)
+      finalizeTokenOk = readToken(comma);
+    if (comma.type_ == tokenObjectEnd)
+      return true;
+  }
+  return addErrorAndRecover(
+      "Missing '}' or object member name", tokenName, tokenObjectEnd);
+}
+
+bool OurReader::readArray(Token& tokenStart) {
+  Value init(arrayValue);
+  currentValue().swapPayload(init);
+  currentValue().setOffsetStart(tokenStart.start_ - begin_);
+  skipSpaces();
+  if (*current_ == ']') // empty array
+  {
+    Token endArray;
+    readToken(endArray);
+    return true;
+  }
+  int index = 0;
+  for (;;) {
+    Value& value = currentValue()[index++];
+    nodes_.push(&value);
+    bool ok = readValue();
+    nodes_.pop();
+    if (!ok) // error already set
+      return recoverFromError(tokenArrayEnd);
+
+    Token token;
+    // Accept Comment after last item in the array.
+    ok = readToken(token);
+    while (token.type_ == tokenComment && ok) {
+      ok = readToken(token);
+    }
+    bool badTokenType =
+        (token.type_ != tokenArraySeparator && token.type_ != tokenArrayEnd);
+    if (!ok || badTokenType) {
+      return addErrorAndRecover(
+          "Missing ',' or ']' in array declaration", token, tokenArrayEnd);
+    }
+    if (token.type_ == tokenArrayEnd)
+      break;
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::decodeNumber(Token& token) {
+  Value decoded;
+  if (!decodeNumber(token, decoded))
+    return false;
+  currentValue().swapPayload(decoded);
+  currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+  currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::decodeNumber(Token& token, Value& decoded) {
+  // Attempts to parse the number as an integer. If the number is
+  // larger than the maximum supported value of an integer then
+  // we decode the number as a double.
+  Location current = token.start_;
+  bool isNegative = *current == '-';
+  if (isNegative)
+    ++current;
+  // TODO: Help the compiler do the div and mod at compile time or get rid of them.
+  Value::LargestUInt maxIntegerValue =
+      isNegative ? Value::LargestUInt(-Value::minLargestInt)
+                 : Value::maxLargestUInt;
+  Value::LargestUInt threshold = maxIntegerValue / 10;
+  Value::LargestUInt value = 0;
+  while (current < token.end_) {
+    Char c = *current++;
+    if (c < '0' || c > '9')
+      return decodeDouble(token, decoded);
+    Value::UInt digit(static_cast<Value::UInt>(c - '0'));
+    if (value >= threshold) {
+      // We've hit or exceeded the max value divided by 10 (rounded down). If
+      // a) we've only just touched the limit, b) this is the last digit, and
+      // c) it's small enough to fit in that rounding delta, we're okay.
+      // Otherwise treat this number as a double to avoid overflow.
+      if (value > threshold || current != token.end_ ||
+          digit > maxIntegerValue % 10) {
+        return decodeDouble(token, decoded);
+      }
+    }
+    value = value * 10 + digit;
+  }
+  if (isNegative)
+    decoded = -Value::LargestInt(value);
+  else if (value <= Value::LargestUInt(Value::maxInt))
+    decoded = Value::LargestInt(value);
+  else
+    decoded = value;
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::decodeDouble(Token& token) {
+  Value decoded;
+  if (!decodeDouble(token, decoded))
+    return false;
+  currentValue().swapPayload(decoded);
+  currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+  currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::decodeDouble(Token& token, Value& decoded) {
+  double value = 0;
+  const int bufferSize = 32;
+  int count;
+  ptrdiff_t const length = token.end_ - token.start_;
+
+  // Sanity check to avoid buffer overflow exploits.
+  if (length < 0) {
+    return addError("Unable to parse token length", token);
+  }
+  size_t const ulength = static_cast<size_t>(length);
+
+  // Avoid using a string constant for the format control string given to
+  // sscanf, as this can cause hard to debug crashes on OS X. See here for more
+  // info:
+  //
+  //     http://developer.apple.com/library/mac/#DOCUMENTATION/DeveloperTools/gcc-4.0.1/gcc/Incompatibilities.html
+  char format[] = "%lf";
+
+  if (length <= bufferSize) {
+    Char buffer[bufferSize + 1];
+    memcpy(buffer, token.start_, ulength);
+    buffer[length] = 0;
+    fixNumericLocaleInput(buffer, buffer + length);
+    count = sscanf(buffer, format, &value);
+  } else {
+    JSONCPP_STRING buffer(token.start_, token.end_);
+    count = sscanf(buffer.c_str(), format, &value);
+  }
+
+  if (count != 1)
+    return addError("'" + JSONCPP_STRING(token.start_, token.end_) +
+                        "' is not a number.",
+                    token);
+  decoded = value;
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::decodeString(Token& token) {
+  JSONCPP_STRING decoded_string;
+  if (!decodeString(token, decoded_string))
+    return false;
+  Value decoded(decoded_string);
+  currentValue().swapPayload(decoded);
+  currentValue().setOffsetStart(token.start_ - begin_);
+  currentValue().setOffsetLimit(token.end_ - begin_);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::decodeString(Token& token, JSONCPP_STRING& decoded) {
+  decoded.reserve(static_cast<size_t>(token.end_ - token.start_ - 2));
+  Location current = token.start_ + 1; // skip '"'
+  Location end = token.end_ - 1;       // do not include '"'
+  while (current != end) {
+    Char c = *current++;
+    if (c == '"')
+      break;
+    else if (c == '\\') {
+      if (current == end)
+        return addError("Empty escape sequence in string", token, current);
+      Char escape = *current++;
+      switch (escape) {
+      case '"':
+        decoded += '"';
+        break;
+      case '/':
+        decoded += '/';
+        break;
+      case '\\':
+        decoded += '\\';
+        break;
+      case 'b':
+        decoded += '\b';
+        break;
+      case 'f':
+        decoded += '\f';
+        break;
+      case 'n':
+        decoded += '\n';
+        break;
+      case 'r':
+        decoded += '\r';
+        break;
+      case 't':
+        decoded += '\t';
+        break;
+      case 'u': {
+        unsigned int unicode;
+        if (!decodeUnicodeCodePoint(token, current, end, unicode))
+          return false;
+        decoded += codePointToUTF8(unicode);
+      } break;
+      default:
+        return addError("Bad escape sequence in string", token, current);
+      }
+    } else {
+      decoded += c;
+    }
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::decodeUnicodeCodePoint(Token& token,
+                                    Location& current,
+                                    Location end,
+                                    unsigned int& unicode) {
+
+  if (!decodeUnicodeEscapeSequence(token, current, end, unicode))
+    return false;
+  if (unicode >= 0xD800 && unicode <= 0xDBFF) {
+    // surrogate pairs
+    if (end - current < 6)
+      return addError(
+          "additional six characters expected to parse unicode surrogate pair.",
+          token,
+          current);
+    unsigned int surrogatePair;
+    if (*(current++) == '\\' && *(current++) == 'u') {
+      if (decodeUnicodeEscapeSequence(token, current, end, surrogatePair)) {
+        unicode = 0x10000 + ((unicode & 0x3FF) << 10) + (surrogatePair & 0x3FF);
+      } else
+        return false;
+    } else
+      return addError("expecting another \\u token to begin the second half of "
+                      "a unicode surrogate pair",
+                      token,
+                      current);
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::decodeUnicodeEscapeSequence(Token& token,
+                                         Location& current,
+                                         Location end,
+                                         unsigned int& ret_unicode) {
+  if (end - current < 4)
+    return addError(
+        "Bad unicode escape sequence in string: four digits expected.",
+        token,
+        current);
+  int unicode = 0;
+  for (int index = 0; index < 4; ++index) {
+    Char c = *current++;
+    unicode *= 16;
+    if (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
+      unicode += c - '0';
+    else if (c >= 'a' && c <= 'f')
+      unicode += c - 'a' + 10;
+    else if (c >= 'A' && c <= 'F')
+      unicode += c - 'A' + 10;
+    else
+      return addError(
+          "Bad unicode escape sequence in string: hexadecimal digit expected.",
+          token,
+          current);
+  }
+  ret_unicode = static_cast<unsigned int>(unicode);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool
+OurReader::addError(const JSONCPP_STRING& message, Token& token, Location extra) {
+  ErrorInfo info;
+  info.token_ = token;
+  info.message_ = message;
+  info.extra_ = extra;
+  errors_.push_back(info);
+  return false;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::recoverFromError(TokenType skipUntilToken) {
+  size_t errorCount = errors_.size();
+  Token skip;
+  for (;;) {
+    if (!readToken(skip))
+      errors_.resize(errorCount); // discard errors caused by recovery
+    if (skip.type_ == skipUntilToken || skip.type_ == tokenEndOfStream)
+      break;
+  }
+  errors_.resize(errorCount);
+  return false;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::addErrorAndRecover(const JSONCPP_STRING& message,
+                                Token& token,
+                                TokenType skipUntilToken) {
+  addError(message, token);
+  return recoverFromError(skipUntilToken);
+}
+
+Value& OurReader::currentValue() { return *(nodes_.top()); }
+
+OurReader::Char OurReader::getNextChar() {
+  if (current_ == end_)
+    return 0;
+  return *current_++;
+}
+
+void OurReader::getLocationLineAndColumn(Location location,
+                                      int& line,
+                                      int& column) const {
+  Location current = begin_;
+  Location lastLineStart = current;
+  line = 0;
+  while (current < location && current != end_) {
+    Char c = *current++;
+    if (c == '\r') {
+      if (*current == '\n')
+        ++current;
+      lastLineStart = current;
+      ++line;
+    } else if (c == '\n') {
+      lastLineStart = current;
+      ++line;
+    }
+  }
+  // column & line start at 1
+  column = int(location - lastLineStart) + 1;
+  ++line;
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING OurReader::getLocationLineAndColumn(Location location) const {
+  int line, column;
+  getLocationLineAndColumn(location, line, column);
+  char buffer[18 + 16 + 16 + 1];
+  snprintf(buffer, sizeof(buffer), "Line %d, Column %d", line, column);
+  return buffer;
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING OurReader::getFormattedErrorMessages() const {
+  JSONCPP_STRING formattedMessage;
+  for (Errors::const_iterator itError = errors_.begin();
+       itError != errors_.end();
+       ++itError) {
+    const ErrorInfo& error = *itError;
+    formattedMessage +=
+        "* " + getLocationLineAndColumn(error.token_.start_) + "\n";
+    formattedMessage += "  " + error.message_ + "\n";
+    if (error.extra_)
+      formattedMessage +=
+          "See " + getLocationLineAndColumn(error.extra_) + " for detail.\n";
+  }
+  return formattedMessage;
+}
+
+std::vector<OurReader::StructuredError> OurReader::getStructuredErrors() const {
+  std::vector<OurReader::StructuredError> allErrors;
+  for (Errors::const_iterator itError = errors_.begin();
+       itError != errors_.end();
+       ++itError) {
+    const ErrorInfo& error = *itError;
+    OurReader::StructuredError structured;
+    structured.offset_start = error.token_.start_ - begin_;
+    structured.offset_limit = error.token_.end_ - begin_;
+    structured.message = error.message_;
+    allErrors.push_back(structured);
+  }
+  return allErrors;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::pushError(const Value& value, const JSONCPP_STRING& message) {
+  ptrdiff_t length = end_ - begin_;
+  if(value.getOffsetStart() > length
+    || value.getOffsetLimit() > length)
+    return false;
+  Token token;
+  token.type_ = tokenError;
+  token.start_ = begin_ + value.getOffsetStart();
+  token.end_ = end_ + value.getOffsetLimit();
+  ErrorInfo info;
+  info.token_ = token;
+  info.message_ = message;
+  info.extra_ = 0;
+  errors_.push_back(info);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::pushError(const Value& value, const JSONCPP_STRING& message, const Value& extra) {
+  ptrdiff_t length = end_ - begin_;
+  if(value.getOffsetStart() > length
+    || value.getOffsetLimit() > length
+    || extra.getOffsetLimit() > length)
+    return false;
+  Token token;
+  token.type_ = tokenError;
+  token.start_ = begin_ + value.getOffsetStart();
+  token.end_ = begin_ + value.getOffsetLimit();
+  ErrorInfo info;
+  info.token_ = token;
+  info.message_ = message;
+  info.extra_ = begin_ + extra.getOffsetStart();
+  errors_.push_back(info);
+  return true;
+}
+
+bool OurReader::good() const {
+  return !errors_.size();
+}
+
+
+class OurCharReader : public CharReader {
+  bool const collectComments_;
+  OurReader reader_;
+public:
+  OurCharReader(
+    bool collectComments,
+    OurFeatures const& features)
+  : collectComments_(collectComments)
+  , reader_(features)
+  {}
+  bool parse(
+      char const* beginDoc, char const* endDoc,
+      Value* root, JSONCPP_STRING* errs) JSONCPP_OVERRIDE {
+    bool ok = reader_.parse(beginDoc, endDoc, *root, collectComments_);
+    if (errs) {
+      *errs = reader_.getFormattedErrorMessages();
+    }
+    return ok;
+  }
+};
+
+CharReaderBuilder::CharReaderBuilder()
+{
+  setDefaults(&settings_);
+}
+CharReaderBuilder::~CharReaderBuilder()
+{}
+CharReader* CharReaderBuilder::newCharReader() const
+{
+  bool collectComments = settings_["collectComments"].asBool();
+  OurFeatures features = OurFeatures::all();
+  features.allowComments_ = settings_["allowComments"].asBool();
+  features.strictRoot_ = settings_["strictRoot"].asBool();
+  features.allowDroppedNullPlaceholders_ = settings_["allowDroppedNullPlaceholders"].asBool();
+  features.allowNumericKeys_ = settings_["allowNumericKeys"].asBool();
+  features.allowSingleQuotes_ = settings_["allowSingleQuotes"].asBool();
+  features.stackLimit_ = settings_["stackLimit"].asInt();
+  features.failIfExtra_ = settings_["failIfExtra"].asBool();
+  features.rejectDupKeys_ = settings_["rejectDupKeys"].asBool();
+  features.allowSpecialFloats_ = settings_["allowSpecialFloats"].asBool();
+  return new OurCharReader(collectComments, features);
+}
+static void getValidReaderKeys(std::set<JSONCPP_STRING>* valid_keys)
+{
+  valid_keys->clear();
+  valid_keys->insert("collectComments");
+  valid_keys->insert("allowComments");
+  valid_keys->insert("strictRoot");
+  valid_keys->insert("allowDroppedNullPlaceholders");
+  valid_keys->insert("allowNumericKeys");
+  valid_keys->insert("allowSingleQuotes");
+  valid_keys->insert("stackLimit");
+  valid_keys->insert("failIfExtra");
+  valid_keys->insert("rejectDupKeys");
+  valid_keys->insert("allowSpecialFloats");
+}
+bool CharReaderBuilder::validate(Json::Value* invalid) const
+{
+  Json::Value my_invalid;
+  if (!invalid) invalid = &my_invalid;  // so we do not need to test for NULL
+  Json::Value& inv = *invalid;
+  std::set<JSONCPP_STRING> valid_keys;
+  getValidReaderKeys(&valid_keys);
+  Value::Members keys = settings_.getMemberNames();
+  size_t n = keys.size();
+  for (size_t i = 0; i < n; ++i) {
+    JSONCPP_STRING const& key = keys[i];
+    if (valid_keys.find(key) == valid_keys.end()) {
+      inv[key] = settings_[key];
+    }
+  }
+  return 0u == inv.size();
+}
+Value& CharReaderBuilder::operator[](JSONCPP_STRING key)
+{
+  return settings_[key];
+}
+// static
+void CharReaderBuilder::strictMode(Json::Value* settings)
+{
+//! [CharReaderBuilderStrictMode]
+  (*settings)["allowComments"] = false;
+  (*settings)["strictRoot"] = true;
+  (*settings)["allowDroppedNullPlaceholders"] = false;
+  (*settings)["allowNumericKeys"] = false;
+  (*settings)["allowSingleQuotes"] = false;
+  (*settings)["stackLimit"] = 1000;
+  (*settings)["failIfExtra"] = true;
+  (*settings)["rejectDupKeys"] = true;
+  (*settings)["allowSpecialFloats"] = false;
+//! [CharReaderBuilderStrictMode]
+}
+// static
+void CharReaderBuilder::setDefaults(Json::Value* settings)
+{
+//! [CharReaderBuilderDefaults]
+  (*settings)["collectComments"] = true;
+  (*settings)["allowComments"] = true;
+  (*settings)["strictRoot"] = false;
+  (*settings)["allowDroppedNullPlaceholders"] = false;
+  (*settings)["allowNumericKeys"] = false;
+  (*settings)["allowSingleQuotes"] = false;
+  (*settings)["stackLimit"] = 1000;
+  (*settings)["failIfExtra"] = false;
+  (*settings)["rejectDupKeys"] = false;
+  (*settings)["allowSpecialFloats"] = false;
+//! [CharReaderBuilderDefaults]
+}
+
+//////////////////////////////////
+// global functions
+
+bool parseFromStream(
+    CharReader::Factory const& fact, JSONCPP_ISTREAM& sin,
+    Value* root, JSONCPP_STRING* errs)
+{
+  JSONCPP_OSTRINGSTREAM ssin;
+  ssin << sin.rdbuf();
+  JSONCPP_STRING doc = ssin.str();
+  char const* begin = doc.data();
+  char const* end = begin + doc.size();
+  // Note that we do not actually need a null-terminator.
+  CharReaderPtr const reader(fact.newCharReader());
+  return reader->parse(begin, end, root, errs);
+}
+
+JSONCPP_ISTREAM& operator>>(JSONCPP_ISTREAM& sin, Value& root) {
+  CharReaderBuilder b;
+  JSONCPP_STRING errs;
+  bool ok = parseFromStream(b, sin, &root, &errs);
+  if (!ok) {
+    fprintf(stderr,
+            "Error from reader: %s",
+            errs.c_str());
+
+    throwRuntimeError(errs);
+  }
+  return sin;
+}
+
+} // namespace Json
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/json_tool.h
@@ -0,0 +1,120 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#ifndef LIB_JSONCPP_JSON_TOOL_H_INCLUDED
+#define LIB_JSONCPP_JSON_TOOL_H_INCLUDED
+#include <clocale>
+
+/* This header provides common string manipulation support, such as UTF-8,
+ * portable conversion from/to string...
+ *
+ * It is an internal header that must not be exposed.
+ */
+
+namespace Json {
+
+/// Fallback for decimal_point on android, where the lconv is an empty struct.
+template<typename Lconv, bool=(sizeof(Lconv) >= sizeof(char*))>
+struct Locale {
+  static char decimalPoint() {
+    return '\0';
+  }
+};
+
+/// Return decimal_point for the current locale.
+template<typename Lconv>
+struct Locale<Lconv, true> {
+  static char decimalPoint() {
+    Lconv* lc = localeconv();
+    if (lc == NULL) {
+      return '\0';
+    }
+    return *(lc->decimal_point);
+  }
+};
+
+/// Converts a unicode code-point to UTF-8.
+static inline JSONCPP_STRING codePointToUTF8(unsigned int cp) {
+  JSONCPP_STRING result;
+
+  // based on description from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UTF-8
+
+  if (cp <= 0x7f) {
+    result.resize(1);
+    result[0] = static_cast<char>(cp);
+  } else if (cp <= 0x7FF) {
+    result.resize(2);
+    result[1] = static_cast<char>(0x80 | (0x3f & cp));
+    result[0] = static_cast<char>(0xC0 | (0x1f & (cp >> 6)));
+  } else if (cp <= 0xFFFF) {
+    result.resize(3);
+    result[2] = static_cast<char>(0x80 | (0x3f & cp));
+    result[1] = static_cast<char>(0x80 | (0x3f & (cp >> 6)));
+    result[0] = static_cast<char>(0xE0 | (0xf & (cp >> 12)));
+  } else if (cp <= 0x10FFFF) {
+    result.resize(4);
+    result[3] = static_cast<char>(0x80 | (0x3f & cp));
+    result[2] = static_cast<char>(0x80 | (0x3f & (cp >> 6)));
+    result[1] = static_cast<char>(0x80 | (0x3f & (cp >> 12)));
+    result[0] = static_cast<char>(0xF0 | (0x7 & (cp >> 18)));
+  }
+
+  return result;
+}
+
+/// Returns true if ch is a control character (in range [1,31]).
+static inline bool isControlCharacter(char ch) { return ch > 0 && ch <= 0x1F; }
+
+enum {
+  /// Constant that specify the size of the buffer that must be passed to
+  /// uintToString.
+  uintToStringBufferSize = 3 * sizeof(LargestUInt) + 1
+};
+
+// Defines a char buffer for use with uintToString().
+typedef char UIntToStringBuffer[uintToStringBufferSize];
+
+/** Converts an unsigned integer to string.
+ * @param value Unsigned interger to convert to string
+ * @param current Input/Output string buffer.
+ *        Must have at least uintToStringBufferSize chars free.
+ */
+static inline void uintToString(LargestUInt value, char*& current) {
+  *--current = 0;
+  do {
+    *--current = static_cast<char>(value % 10U + static_cast<unsigned>('0'));
+    value /= 10;
+  } while (value != 0);
+}
+
+/** Change ',' to '.' everywhere in buffer.
+ *
+ * We had a sophisticated way, but it did not work in WinCE.
+ * @see https://github.com/open-source-parsers/jsoncpp/pull/9
+ */
+static inline void fixNumericLocale(char* begin, char* end) {
+  while (begin < end) {
+    if (*begin == ',') {
+      *begin = '.';
+    }
+    ++begin;
+  }
+}
+
+static inline void fixNumericLocaleInput(char* begin, char* end) {
+  char decimalPoint = Locale<struct lconv>::decimalPoint();
+  if (decimalPoint != '\0' && decimalPoint != '.') {
+    while (begin < end) {
+      if (*begin == '.') {
+        *begin = decimalPoint;
+      }
+      ++begin;
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+} // namespace Json {
+
+#endif // LIB_JSONCPP_JSON_TOOL_H_INCLUDED
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/json_value.cpp
@@ -0,0 +1,1601 @@
+// Copyright 2011 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include <json/assertions.h>
+#include <json/value.h>
+#include <json/writer.h>
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include <math.h>
+#include <sstream>
+#include <utility>
+#include <cstring>
+#include <cassert>
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+#include <cpptl/conststring.h>
+#endif
+#include <cstddef> // size_t
+#include <algorithm> // min()
+
+#define JSON_ASSERT_UNREACHABLE assert(false)
+
+namespace Json {
+
+// This is a walkaround to avoid the static initialization of Value::null.
+// kNull must be word-aligned to avoid crashing on ARM.  We use an alignment of
+// 8 (instead of 4) as a bit of future-proofing.
+#if defined(__ARMEL__)
+#define ALIGNAS(byte_alignment) __attribute__((aligned(byte_alignment)))
+#else
+#define ALIGNAS(byte_alignment)
+#endif
+//static const unsigned char ALIGNAS(8) kNull[sizeof(Value)] = { 0 };
+//const unsigned char& kNullRef = kNull[0];
+//const Value& Value::null = reinterpret_cast<const Value&>(kNullRef);
+//const Value& Value::nullRef = null;
+
+// static
+Value const& Value::nullSingleton()
+{
+ static Value const nullStatic;
+ return nullStatic;
+}
+
+// for backwards compatibility, we'll leave these global references around, but DO NOT
+// use them in JSONCPP library code any more!
+Value const& Value::null = Value::nullSingleton();
+Value const& Value::nullRef = Value::nullSingleton();
+
+const Int Value::minInt = Int(~(UInt(-1) / 2));
+const Int Value::maxInt = Int(UInt(-1) / 2);
+const UInt Value::maxUInt = UInt(-1);
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+const Int64 Value::minInt64 = Int64(~(UInt64(-1) / 2));
+const Int64 Value::maxInt64 = Int64(UInt64(-1) / 2);
+const UInt64 Value::maxUInt64 = UInt64(-1);
+// The constant is hard-coded because some compiler have trouble
+// converting Value::maxUInt64 to a double correctly (AIX/xlC).
+// Assumes that UInt64 is a 64 bits integer.
+static const double maxUInt64AsDouble = 18446744073709551615.0;
+#endif // defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+const LargestInt Value::minLargestInt = LargestInt(~(LargestUInt(-1) / 2));
+const LargestInt Value::maxLargestInt = LargestInt(LargestUInt(-1) / 2);
+const LargestUInt Value::maxLargestUInt = LargestUInt(-1);
+
+#if !defined(JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION)
+template <typename T, typename U>
+static inline bool InRange(double d, T min, U max) {
+  // The casts can lose precision, but we are looking only for
+  // an approximate range. Might fail on edge cases though. ~cdunn
+  //return d >= static_cast<double>(min) && d <= static_cast<double>(max);
+  return d >= min && d <= max;
+}
+#else  // if !defined(JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION)
+static inline double integerToDouble(Json::UInt64 value) {
+  return static_cast<double>(Int64(value / 2)) * 2.0 + static_cast<double>(Int64(value & 1));
+}
+
+template <typename T> static inline double integerToDouble(T value) {
+  return static_cast<double>(value);
+}
+
+template <typename T, typename U>
+static inline bool InRange(double d, T min, U max) {
+  return d >= integerToDouble(min) && d <= integerToDouble(max);
+}
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION)
+
+/** Duplicates the specified string value.
+ * @param value Pointer to the string to duplicate. Must be zero-terminated if
+ *              length is "unknown".
+ * @param length Length of the value. if equals to unknown, then it will be
+ *               computed using strlen(value).
+ * @return Pointer on the duplicate instance of string.
+ */
+static inline char* duplicateStringValue(const char* value,
+                                         size_t length)
+{
+  // Avoid an integer overflow in the call to malloc below by limiting length
+  // to a sane value.
+  if (length >= static_cast<size_t>(Value::maxInt))
+    length = Value::maxInt - 1;
+
+  char* newString = static_cast<char*>(malloc(length + 1));
+  if (newString == NULL) {
+    throwRuntimeError(
+        "in Json::Value::duplicateStringValue(): "
+        "Failed to allocate string value buffer");
+  }
+  memcpy(newString, value, length);
+  newString[length] = 0;
+  return newString;
+}
+
+/* Record the length as a prefix.
+ */
+static inline char* duplicateAndPrefixStringValue(
+    const char* value,
+    unsigned int length)
+{
+  // Avoid an integer overflow in the call to malloc below by limiting length
+  // to a sane value.
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(length <= static_cast<unsigned>(Value::maxInt) - sizeof(unsigned) - 1U,
+                      "in Json::Value::duplicateAndPrefixStringValue(): "
+                      "length too big for prefixing");
+  unsigned actualLength = length + static_cast<unsigned>(sizeof(unsigned)) + 1U;
+  char* newString = static_cast<char*>(malloc(actualLength));
+  if (newString == 0) {
+    throwRuntimeError(
+        "in Json::Value::duplicateAndPrefixStringValue(): "
+        "Failed to allocate string value buffer");
+  }
+  *reinterpret_cast<unsigned*>(newString) = length;
+  memcpy(newString + sizeof(unsigned), value, length);
+  newString[actualLength - 1U] = 0; // to avoid buffer over-run accidents by users later
+  return newString;
+}
+inline static void decodePrefixedString(
+    bool isPrefixed, char const* prefixed,
+    unsigned* length, char const** value)
+{
+  if (!isPrefixed) {
+    *length = static_cast<unsigned>(strlen(prefixed));
+    *value = prefixed;
+  } else {
+    *length = *reinterpret_cast<unsigned const*>(prefixed);
+    *value = prefixed + sizeof(unsigned);
+  }
+}
+/** Free the string duplicated by duplicateStringValue()/duplicateAndPrefixStringValue().
+ */
+#if JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY
+static inline void releasePrefixedStringValue(char* value) {
+  unsigned length = 0;
+  char const* valueDecoded;
+  decodePrefixedString(true, value, &length, &valueDecoded);
+  size_t const size = sizeof(unsigned) + length + 1U;
+  memset(value, 0, size);
+  free(value);
+}
+static inline void releaseStringValue(char* value, unsigned length) {
+  // length==0 => we allocated the strings memory
+  size_t size = (length==0) ? strlen(value) : length;
+  memset(value, 0, size);
+  free(value);
+}
+#else // !JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY
+static inline void releasePrefixedStringValue(char* value) {
+  free(value);
+}
+static inline void releaseStringValue(char* value, unsigned) {
+  free(value);
+}
+#endif // JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY
+
+} // namespace Json
+
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// ValueInternals...
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+
+#include "json_valueiterator.inl"
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+
+namespace Json {
+
+Exception::Exception(JSONCPP_STRING const& msg)
+  : msg_(msg)
+{}
+Exception::~Exception() throw()
+{}
+char const* Exception::what() const throw()
+{
+  return msg_.c_str();
+}
+RuntimeError::RuntimeError(JSONCPP_STRING const& msg)
+  : Exception(msg)
+{}
+LogicError::LogicError(JSONCPP_STRING const& msg)
+  : Exception(msg)
+{}
+JSONCPP_NORETURN void throwRuntimeError(JSONCPP_STRING const& msg)
+{
+  throw RuntimeError(msg);
+}
+JSONCPP_NORETURN void throwLogicError(JSONCPP_STRING const& msg)
+{
+  throw LogicError(msg);
+}
+
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// class Value::CommentInfo
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+Value::CommentInfo::CommentInfo() : comment_(0)
+{}
+
+Value::CommentInfo::~CommentInfo() {
+  if (comment_)
+    releaseStringValue(comment_, 0u);
+}
+
+void Value::CommentInfo::setComment(const char* text, size_t len) {
+  if (comment_) {
+    releaseStringValue(comment_, 0u);
+    comment_ = 0;
+  }
+  JSON_ASSERT(text != 0);
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(
+      text[0] == '\0' || text[0] == '/',
+      "in Json::Value::setComment(): Comments must start with /");
+  // It seems that /**/ style comments are acceptable as well.
+  comment_ = duplicateStringValue(text, len);
+}
+
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// class Value::CZString
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+// Notes: policy_ indicates if the string was allocated when
+// a string is stored.
+
+Value::CZString::CZString(ArrayIndex aindex) : cstr_(0), index_(aindex) {}
+
+Value::CZString::CZString(char const* str, unsigned ulength, DuplicationPolicy allocate)
+    : cstr_(str) {
+  // allocate != duplicate
+  storage_.policy_ = allocate & 0x3;
+  storage_.length_ = ulength & 0x3FFFFFFF;
+}
+
+Value::CZString::CZString(const CZString& other) {
+  cstr_ = (other.storage_.policy_ != noDuplication && other.cstr_ != 0
+				 ? duplicateStringValue(other.cstr_, other.storage_.length_)
+				 : other.cstr_);
+  storage_.policy_ = static_cast<unsigned>(other.cstr_
+                 ? (static_cast<DuplicationPolicy>(other.storage_.policy_) == noDuplication
+                     ? noDuplication : duplicate)
+                 : static_cast<DuplicationPolicy>(other.storage_.policy_)) & 3U;
+  storage_.length_ = other.storage_.length_;
+}
+
+#if JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES
+Value::CZString::CZString(CZString&& other)
+  : cstr_(other.cstr_), index_(other.index_) {
+  other.cstr_ = nullptr;
+}
+#endif
+
+Value::CZString::~CZString() {
+  if (cstr_ && storage_.policy_ == duplicate) {
+	  releaseStringValue(const_cast<char*>(cstr_), storage_.length_ + 1u); //+1 for null terminating character for sake of completeness but not actually necessary
+  }
+}
+
+void Value::CZString::swap(CZString& other) {
+  std::swap(cstr_, other.cstr_);
+  std::swap(index_, other.index_);
+}
+
+Value::CZString& Value::CZString::operator=(CZString other) {
+  swap(other);
+  return *this;
+}
+
+bool Value::CZString::operator<(const CZString& other) const {
+  if (!cstr_) return index_ < other.index_;
+  //return strcmp(cstr_, other.cstr_) < 0;
+  // Assume both are strings.
+  unsigned this_len = this->storage_.length_;
+  unsigned other_len = other.storage_.length_;
+  unsigned min_len = std::min(this_len, other_len);
+  JSON_ASSERT(this->cstr_ && other.cstr_);
+  int comp = memcmp(this->cstr_, other.cstr_, min_len);
+  if (comp < 0) return true;
+  if (comp > 0) return false;
+  return (this_len < other_len);
+}
+
+bool Value::CZString::operator==(const CZString& other) const {
+  if (!cstr_) return index_ == other.index_;
+  //return strcmp(cstr_, other.cstr_) == 0;
+  // Assume both are strings.
+  unsigned this_len = this->storage_.length_;
+  unsigned other_len = other.storage_.length_;
+  if (this_len != other_len) return false;
+  JSON_ASSERT(this->cstr_ && other.cstr_);
+  int comp = memcmp(this->cstr_, other.cstr_, this_len);
+  return comp == 0;
+}
+
+ArrayIndex Value::CZString::index() const { return index_; }
+
+//const char* Value::CZString::c_str() const { return cstr_; }
+const char* Value::CZString::data() const { return cstr_; }
+unsigned Value::CZString::length() const { return storage_.length_; }
+bool Value::CZString::isStaticString() const { return storage_.policy_ == noDuplication; }
+
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// class Value::Value
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+/*! \internal Default constructor initialization must be equivalent to:
+ * memset( this, 0, sizeof(Value) )
+ * This optimization is used in ValueInternalMap fast allocator.
+ */
+Value::Value(ValueType vtype) {
+  static char const empty[] = "";
+  initBasic(vtype);
+  switch (vtype) {
+  case nullValue:
+    break;
+  case intValue:
+  case uintValue:
+    value_.int_ = 0;
+    break;
+  case realValue:
+    value_.real_ = 0.0;
+    break;
+  case stringValue:
+    // allocated_ == false, so this is safe.
+    value_.string_ = const_cast<char*>(static_cast<char const*>(empty));
+    break;
+  case arrayValue:
+  case objectValue:
+    value_.map_ = new ObjectValues();
+    break;
+  case booleanValue:
+    value_.bool_ = false;
+    break;
+  default:
+    JSON_ASSERT_UNREACHABLE;
+  }
+}
+
+Value::Value(Int value) {
+  initBasic(intValue);
+  value_.int_ = value;
+}
+
+Value::Value(UInt value) {
+  initBasic(uintValue);
+  value_.uint_ = value;
+}
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+Value::Value(Int64 value) {
+  initBasic(intValue);
+  value_.int_ = value;
+}
+Value::Value(UInt64 value) {
+  initBasic(uintValue);
+  value_.uint_ = value;
+}
+#endif // defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+
+Value::Value(double value) {
+  initBasic(realValue);
+  value_.real_ = value;
+}
+
+Value::Value(const char* value) {
+  initBasic(stringValue, true);
+  value_.string_ = duplicateAndPrefixStringValue(value, static_cast<unsigned>(strlen(value)));
+}
+
+Value::Value(const char* beginValue, const char* endValue) {
+  initBasic(stringValue, true);
+  value_.string_ =
+      duplicateAndPrefixStringValue(beginValue, static_cast<unsigned>(endValue - beginValue));
+}
+
+Value::Value(const JSONCPP_STRING& value) {
+  initBasic(stringValue, true);
+  value_.string_ =
+      duplicateAndPrefixStringValue(value.data(), static_cast<unsigned>(value.length()));
+}
+
+Value::Value(const StaticString& value) {
+  initBasic(stringValue);
+  value_.string_ = const_cast<char*>(value.c_str());
+}
+
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+Value::Value(const CppTL::ConstString& value) {
+  initBasic(stringValue, true);
+  value_.string_ = duplicateAndPrefixStringValue(value, static_cast<unsigned>(value.length()));
+}
+#endif
+
+Value::Value(bool value) {
+  initBasic(booleanValue);
+  value_.bool_ = value;
+}
+
+Value::Value(Value const& other)
+    : type_(other.type_), allocated_(false)
+      ,
+      comments_(0), start_(other.start_), limit_(other.limit_)
+{
+  switch (type_) {
+  case nullValue:
+  case intValue:
+  case uintValue:
+  case realValue:
+  case booleanValue:
+    value_ = other.value_;
+    break;
+  case stringValue:
+    if (other.value_.string_ && other.allocated_) {
+      unsigned len;
+      char const* str;
+      decodePrefixedString(other.allocated_, other.value_.string_,
+          &len, &str);
+      value_.string_ = duplicateAndPrefixStringValue(str, len);
+      allocated_ = true;
+    } else {
+      value_.string_ = other.value_.string_;
+      allocated_ = false;
+    }
+    break;
+  case arrayValue:
+  case objectValue:
+    value_.map_ = new ObjectValues(*other.value_.map_);
+    break;
+  default:
+    JSON_ASSERT_UNREACHABLE;
+  }
+  if (other.comments_) {
+    comments_ = new CommentInfo[numberOfCommentPlacement];
+    for (int comment = 0; comment < numberOfCommentPlacement; ++comment) {
+      const CommentInfo& otherComment = other.comments_[comment];
+      if (otherComment.comment_)
+        comments_[comment].setComment(
+            otherComment.comment_, strlen(otherComment.comment_));
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+#if JSON_HAS_RVALUE_REFERENCES
+// Move constructor
+Value::Value(Value&& other) {
+  initBasic(nullValue);
+  swap(other);
+}
+#endif
+
+Value::~Value() {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case nullValue:
+  case intValue:
+  case uintValue:
+  case realValue:
+  case booleanValue:
+    break;
+  case stringValue:
+    if (allocated_)
+      releasePrefixedStringValue(value_.string_);
+    break;
+  case arrayValue:
+  case objectValue:
+    delete value_.map_;
+    break;
+  default:
+    JSON_ASSERT_UNREACHABLE;
+  }
+
+  delete[] comments_;
+
+  value_.uint_ = 0;
+}
+
+Value& Value::operator=(Value other) {
+  swap(other);
+  return *this;
+}
+
+void Value::swapPayload(Value& other) {
+  ValueType temp = type_;
+  type_ = other.type_;
+  other.type_ = temp;
+  std::swap(value_, other.value_);
+  int temp2 = allocated_;
+  allocated_ = other.allocated_;
+  other.allocated_ = temp2 & 0x1;
+}
+
+void Value::swap(Value& other) {
+  swapPayload(other);
+  std::swap(comments_, other.comments_);
+  std::swap(start_, other.start_);
+  std::swap(limit_, other.limit_);
+}
+
+ValueType Value::type() const { return type_; }
+
+int Value::compare(const Value& other) const {
+  if (*this < other)
+    return -1;
+  if (*this > other)
+    return 1;
+  return 0;
+}
+
+bool Value::operator<(const Value& other) const {
+  int typeDelta = type_ - other.type_;
+  if (typeDelta)
+    return typeDelta < 0 ? true : false;
+  switch (type_) {
+  case nullValue:
+    return false;
+  case intValue:
+    return value_.int_ < other.value_.int_;
+  case uintValue:
+    return value_.uint_ < other.value_.uint_;
+  case realValue:
+    return value_.real_ < other.value_.real_;
+  case booleanValue:
+    return value_.bool_ < other.value_.bool_;
+  case stringValue:
+  {
+    if ((value_.string_ == 0) || (other.value_.string_ == 0)) {
+      if (other.value_.string_) return true;
+      else return false;
+    }
+    unsigned this_len;
+    unsigned other_len;
+    char const* this_str;
+    char const* other_str;
+    decodePrefixedString(this->allocated_, this->value_.string_, &this_len, &this_str);
+    decodePrefixedString(other.allocated_, other.value_.string_, &other_len, &other_str);
+    unsigned min_len = std::min(this_len, other_len);
+    JSON_ASSERT(this_str && other_str);
+    int comp = memcmp(this_str, other_str, min_len);
+    if (comp < 0) return true;
+    if (comp > 0) return false;
+    return (this_len < other_len);
+  }
+  case arrayValue:
+  case objectValue: {
+    int delta = int(value_.map_->size() - other.value_.map_->size());
+    if (delta)
+      return delta < 0;
+    return (*value_.map_) < (*other.value_.map_);
+  }
+  default:
+    JSON_ASSERT_UNREACHABLE;
+  }
+  return false; // unreachable
+}
+
+bool Value::operator<=(const Value& other) const { return !(other < *this); }
+
+bool Value::operator>=(const Value& other) const { return !(*this < other); }
+
+bool Value::operator>(const Value& other) const { return other < *this; }
+
+bool Value::operator==(const Value& other) const {
+  // if ( type_ != other.type_ )
+  // GCC 2.95.3 says:
+  // attempt to take address of bit-field structure member `Json::Value::type_'
+  // Beats me, but a temp solves the problem.
+  int temp = other.type_;
+  if (type_ != temp)
+    return false;
+  switch (type_) {
+  case nullValue:
+    return true;
+  case intValue:
+    return value_.int_ == other.value_.int_;
+  case uintValue:
+    return value_.uint_ == other.value_.uint_;
+  case realValue:
+    return value_.real_ == other.value_.real_;
+  case booleanValue:
+    return value_.bool_ == other.value_.bool_;
+  case stringValue:
+  {
+    if ((value_.string_ == 0) || (other.value_.string_ == 0)) {
+      return (value_.string_ == other.value_.string_);
+    }
+    unsigned this_len;
+    unsigned other_len;
+    char const* this_str;
+    char const* other_str;
+    decodePrefixedString(this->allocated_, this->value_.string_, &this_len, &this_str);
+    decodePrefixedString(other.allocated_, other.value_.string_, &other_len, &other_str);
+    if (this_len != other_len) return false;
+    JSON_ASSERT(this_str && other_str);
+    int comp = memcmp(this_str, other_str, this_len);
+    return comp == 0;
+  }
+  case arrayValue:
+  case objectValue:
+    return value_.map_->size() == other.value_.map_->size() &&
+           (*value_.map_) == (*other.value_.map_);
+  default:
+    JSON_ASSERT_UNREACHABLE;
+  }
+  return false; // unreachable
+}
+
+bool Value::operator!=(const Value& other) const { return !(*this == other); }
+
+const char* Value::asCString() const {
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(type_ == stringValue,
+                      "in Json::Value::asCString(): requires stringValue");
+  if (value_.string_ == 0) return 0;
+  unsigned this_len;
+  char const* this_str;
+  decodePrefixedString(this->allocated_, this->value_.string_, &this_len, &this_str);
+  return this_str;
+}
+
+#if JSONCPP_USING_SECURE_MEMORY
+unsigned Value::getCStringLength() const {
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(type_ == stringValue,
+	                  "in Json::Value::asCString(): requires stringValue");
+  if (value_.string_ == 0) return 0;
+  unsigned this_len;
+  char const* this_str;
+  decodePrefixedString(this->allocated_, this->value_.string_, &this_len, &this_str);
+  return this_len;
+}
+#endif
+
+bool Value::getString(char const** str, char const** cend) const {
+  if (type_ != stringValue) return false;
+  if (value_.string_ == 0) return false;
+  unsigned length;
+  decodePrefixedString(this->allocated_, this->value_.string_, &length, str);
+  *cend = *str + length;
+  return true;
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING Value::asString() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case nullValue:
+    return "";
+  case stringValue:
+  {
+    if (value_.string_ == 0) return "";
+    unsigned this_len;
+    char const* this_str;
+    decodePrefixedString(this->allocated_, this->value_.string_, &this_len, &this_str);
+    return JSONCPP_STRING(this_str, this_len);
+  }
+  case booleanValue:
+    return value_.bool_ ? "true" : "false";
+  case intValue:
+    return valueToString(value_.int_);
+  case uintValue:
+    return valueToString(value_.uint_);
+  case realValue:
+    return valueToString(value_.real_);
+  default:
+    JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE("Type is not convertible to string");
+  }
+}
+
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+CppTL::ConstString Value::asConstString() const {
+  unsigned len;
+  char const* str;
+  decodePrefixedString(allocated_, value_.string_,
+      &len, &str);
+  return CppTL::ConstString(str, len);
+}
+#endif
+
+Value::Int Value::asInt() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case intValue:
+    JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(isInt(), "LargestInt out of Int range");
+    return Int(value_.int_);
+  case uintValue:
+    JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(isInt(), "LargestUInt out of Int range");
+    return Int(value_.uint_);
+  case realValue:
+    JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(InRange(value_.real_, minInt, maxInt),
+                        "double out of Int range");
+    return Int(value_.real_);
+  case nullValue:
+    return 0;
+  case booleanValue:
+    return value_.bool_ ? 1 : 0;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE("Value is not convertible to Int.");
+}
+
+Value::UInt Value::asUInt() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case intValue:
+    JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(isUInt(), "LargestInt out of UInt range");
+    return UInt(value_.int_);
+  case uintValue:
+    JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(isUInt(), "LargestUInt out of UInt range");
+    return UInt(value_.uint_);
+  case realValue:
+    JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(InRange(value_.real_, 0, maxUInt),
+                        "double out of UInt range");
+    return UInt(value_.real_);
+  case nullValue:
+    return 0;
+  case booleanValue:
+    return value_.bool_ ? 1 : 0;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE("Value is not convertible to UInt.");
+}
+
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+
+Value::Int64 Value::asInt64() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case intValue:
+    return Int64(value_.int_);
+  case uintValue:
+    JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(isInt64(), "LargestUInt out of Int64 range");
+    return Int64(value_.uint_);
+  case realValue:
+    JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(InRange(value_.real_, minInt64, maxInt64),
+                        "double out of Int64 range");
+    return Int64(value_.real_);
+  case nullValue:
+    return 0;
+  case booleanValue:
+    return value_.bool_ ? 1 : 0;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE("Value is not convertible to Int64.");
+}
+
+Value::UInt64 Value::asUInt64() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case intValue:
+    JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(isUInt64(), "LargestInt out of UInt64 range");
+    return UInt64(value_.int_);
+  case uintValue:
+    return UInt64(value_.uint_);
+  case realValue:
+    JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(InRange(value_.real_, 0, maxUInt64),
+                        "double out of UInt64 range");
+    return UInt64(value_.real_);
+  case nullValue:
+    return 0;
+  case booleanValue:
+    return value_.bool_ ? 1 : 0;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE("Value is not convertible to UInt64.");
+}
+#endif // if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+
+LargestInt Value::asLargestInt() const {
+#if defined(JSON_NO_INT64)
+  return asInt();
+#else
+  return asInt64();
+#endif
+}
+
+LargestUInt Value::asLargestUInt() const {
+#if defined(JSON_NO_INT64)
+  return asUInt();
+#else
+  return asUInt64();
+#endif
+}
+
+double Value::asDouble() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case intValue:
+    return static_cast<double>(value_.int_);
+  case uintValue:
+#if !defined(JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION)
+    return static_cast<double>(value_.uint_);
+#else  // if !defined(JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION)
+    return integerToDouble(value_.uint_);
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION)
+  case realValue:
+    return value_.real_;
+  case nullValue:
+    return 0.0;
+  case booleanValue:
+    return value_.bool_ ? 1.0 : 0.0;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE("Value is not convertible to double.");
+}
+
+float Value::asFloat() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case intValue:
+    return static_cast<float>(value_.int_);
+  case uintValue:
+#if !defined(JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION)
+    return static_cast<float>(value_.uint_);
+#else  // if !defined(JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION)
+    // This can fail (silently?) if the value is bigger than MAX_FLOAT.
+    return static_cast<float>(integerToDouble(value_.uint_));
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_USE_INT64_DOUBLE_CONVERSION)
+  case realValue:
+    return static_cast<float>(value_.real_);
+  case nullValue:
+    return 0.0;
+  case booleanValue:
+    return value_.bool_ ? 1.0f : 0.0f;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE("Value is not convertible to float.");
+}
+
+bool Value::asBool() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case booleanValue:
+    return value_.bool_;
+  case nullValue:
+    return false;
+  case intValue:
+    return value_.int_ ? true : false;
+  case uintValue:
+    return value_.uint_ ? true : false;
+  case realValue:
+    // This is kind of strange. Not recommended.
+    return (value_.real_ != 0.0) ? true : false;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  JSON_FAIL_MESSAGE("Value is not convertible to bool.");
+}
+
+bool Value::isConvertibleTo(ValueType other) const {
+  switch (other) {
+  case nullValue:
+    return (isNumeric() && asDouble() == 0.0) ||
+           (type_ == booleanValue && value_.bool_ == false) ||
+           (type_ == stringValue && asString() == "") ||
+           (type_ == arrayValue && value_.map_->size() == 0) ||
+           (type_ == objectValue && value_.map_->size() == 0) ||
+           type_ == nullValue;
+  case intValue:
+    return isInt() ||
+           (type_ == realValue && InRange(value_.real_, minInt, maxInt)) ||
+           type_ == booleanValue || type_ == nullValue;
+  case uintValue:
+    return isUInt() ||
+           (type_ == realValue && InRange(value_.real_, 0, maxUInt)) ||
+           type_ == booleanValue || type_ == nullValue;
+  case realValue:
+    return isNumeric() || type_ == booleanValue || type_ == nullValue;
+  case booleanValue:
+    return isNumeric() || type_ == booleanValue || type_ == nullValue;
+  case stringValue:
+    return isNumeric() || type_ == booleanValue || type_ == stringValue ||
+           type_ == nullValue;
+  case arrayValue:
+    return type_ == arrayValue || type_ == nullValue;
+  case objectValue:
+    return type_ == objectValue || type_ == nullValue;
+  }
+  JSON_ASSERT_UNREACHABLE;
+  return false;
+}
+
+/// Number of values in array or object
+ArrayIndex Value::size() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case nullValue:
+  case intValue:
+  case uintValue:
+  case realValue:
+  case booleanValue:
+  case stringValue:
+    return 0;
+  case arrayValue: // size of the array is highest index + 1
+    if (!value_.map_->empty()) {
+      ObjectValues::const_iterator itLast = value_.map_->end();
+      --itLast;
+      return (*itLast).first.index() + 1;
+    }
+    return 0;
+  case objectValue:
+    return ArrayIndex(value_.map_->size());
+  }
+  JSON_ASSERT_UNREACHABLE;
+  return 0; // unreachable;
+}
+
+bool Value::empty() const {
+  if (isNull() || isArray() || isObject())
+    return size() == 0u;
+  else
+    return false;
+}
+
+bool Value::operator!() const { return isNull(); }
+
+void Value::clear() {
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(type_ == nullValue || type_ == arrayValue ||
+                          type_ == objectValue,
+                      "in Json::Value::clear(): requires complex value");
+  start_ = 0;
+  limit_ = 0;
+  switch (type_) {
+  case arrayValue:
+  case objectValue:
+    value_.map_->clear();
+    break;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+}
+
+void Value::resize(ArrayIndex newSize) {
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(type_ == nullValue || type_ == arrayValue,
+                      "in Json::Value::resize(): requires arrayValue");
+  if (type_ == nullValue)
+    *this = Value(arrayValue);
+  ArrayIndex oldSize = size();
+  if (newSize == 0)
+    clear();
+  else if (newSize > oldSize)
+    (*this)[newSize - 1];
+  else {
+    for (ArrayIndex index = newSize; index < oldSize; ++index) {
+      value_.map_->erase(index);
+    }
+    JSON_ASSERT(size() == newSize);
+  }
+}
+
+Value& Value::operator[](ArrayIndex index) {
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(
+      type_ == nullValue || type_ == arrayValue,
+      "in Json::Value::operator[](ArrayIndex): requires arrayValue");
+  if (type_ == nullValue)
+    *this = Value(arrayValue);
+  CZString key(index);
+  ObjectValues::iterator it = value_.map_->lower_bound(key);
+  if (it != value_.map_->end() && (*it).first == key)
+    return (*it).second;
+
+  ObjectValues::value_type defaultValue(key, nullSingleton());
+  it = value_.map_->insert(it, defaultValue);
+  return (*it).second;
+}
+
+Value& Value::operator[](int index) {
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(
+      index >= 0,
+      "in Json::Value::operator[](int index): index cannot be negative");
+  return (*this)[ArrayIndex(index)];
+}
+
+const Value& Value::operator[](ArrayIndex index) const {
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(
+      type_ == nullValue || type_ == arrayValue,
+      "in Json::Value::operator[](ArrayIndex)const: requires arrayValue");
+  if (type_ == nullValue)
+    return nullSingleton();
+  CZString key(index);
+  ObjectValues::const_iterator it = value_.map_->find(key);
+  if (it == value_.map_->end())
+    return nullSingleton();
+  return (*it).second;
+}
+
+const Value& Value::operator[](int index) const {
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(
+      index >= 0,
+      "in Json::Value::operator[](int index) const: index cannot be negative");
+  return (*this)[ArrayIndex(index)];
+}
+
+void Value::initBasic(ValueType vtype, bool allocated) {
+  type_ = vtype;
+  allocated_ = allocated;
+  comments_ = 0;
+  start_ = 0;
+  limit_ = 0;
+}
+
+// Access an object value by name, create a null member if it does not exist.
+// @pre Type of '*this' is object or null.
+// @param key is null-terminated.
+Value& Value::resolveReference(const char* key) {
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(
+      type_ == nullValue || type_ == objectValue,
+      "in Json::Value::resolveReference(): requires objectValue");
+  if (type_ == nullValue)
+    *this = Value(objectValue);
+  CZString actualKey(
+      key, static_cast<unsigned>(strlen(key)), CZString::noDuplication); // NOTE!
+  ObjectValues::iterator it = value_.map_->lower_bound(actualKey);
+  if (it != value_.map_->end() && (*it).first == actualKey)
+    return (*it).second;
+
+  ObjectValues::value_type defaultValue(actualKey, nullSingleton());
+  it = value_.map_->insert(it, defaultValue);
+  Value& value = (*it).second;
+  return value;
+}
+
+// @param key is not null-terminated.
+Value& Value::resolveReference(char const* key, char const* cend)
+{
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(
+      type_ == nullValue || type_ == objectValue,
+      "in Json::Value::resolveReference(key, end): requires objectValue");
+  if (type_ == nullValue)
+    *this = Value(objectValue);
+  CZString actualKey(
+      key, static_cast<unsigned>(cend-key), CZString::duplicateOnCopy);
+  ObjectValues::iterator it = value_.map_->lower_bound(actualKey);
+  if (it != value_.map_->end() && (*it).first == actualKey)
+    return (*it).second;
+
+  ObjectValues::value_type defaultValue(actualKey, nullSingleton());
+  it = value_.map_->insert(it, defaultValue);
+  Value& value = (*it).second;
+  return value;
+}
+
+Value Value::get(ArrayIndex index, const Value& defaultValue) const {
+  const Value* value = &((*this)[index]);
+  return value == &nullSingleton() ? defaultValue : *value;
+}
+
+bool Value::isValidIndex(ArrayIndex index) const { return index < size(); }
+
+Value const* Value::find(char const* key, char const* cend) const
+{
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(
+      type_ == nullValue || type_ == objectValue,
+      "in Json::Value::find(key, end, found): requires objectValue or nullValue");
+  if (type_ == nullValue) return NULL;
+  CZString actualKey(key, static_cast<unsigned>(cend-key), CZString::noDuplication);
+  ObjectValues::const_iterator it = value_.map_->find(actualKey);
+  if (it == value_.map_->end()) return NULL;
+  return &(*it).second;
+}
+const Value& Value::operator[](const char* key) const
+{
+  Value const* found = find(key, key + strlen(key));
+  if (!found) return nullSingleton();
+  return *found;
+}
+Value const& Value::operator[](JSONCPP_STRING const& key) const
+{
+  Value const* found = find(key.data(), key.data() + key.length());
+  if (!found) return nullSingleton();
+  return *found;
+}
+
+Value& Value::operator[](const char* key) {
+  return resolveReference(key, key + strlen(key));
+}
+
+Value& Value::operator[](const JSONCPP_STRING& key) {
+  return resolveReference(key.data(), key.data() + key.length());
+}
+
+Value& Value::operator[](const StaticString& key) {
+  return resolveReference(key.c_str());
+}
+
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+Value& Value::operator[](const CppTL::ConstString& key) {
+  return resolveReference(key.c_str(), key.end_c_str());
+}
+Value const& Value::operator[](CppTL::ConstString const& key) const
+{
+  Value const* found = find(key.c_str(), key.end_c_str());
+  if (!found) return nullSingleton();
+  return *found;
+}
+#endif
+
+Value& Value::append(const Value& value) { return (*this)[size()] = value; }
+
+Value Value::get(char const* key, char const* cend, Value const& defaultValue) const
+{
+  Value const* found = find(key, cend);
+  return !found ? defaultValue : *found;
+}
+Value Value::get(char const* key, Value const& defaultValue) const
+{
+  return get(key, key + strlen(key), defaultValue);
+}
+Value Value::get(JSONCPP_STRING const& key, Value const& defaultValue) const
+{
+  return get(key.data(), key.data() + key.length(), defaultValue);
+}
+
+
+bool Value::removeMember(const char* key, const char* cend, Value* removed)
+{
+  if (type_ != objectValue) {
+    return false;
+  }
+  CZString actualKey(key, static_cast<unsigned>(cend-key), CZString::noDuplication);
+  ObjectValues::iterator it = value_.map_->find(actualKey);
+  if (it == value_.map_->end())
+    return false;
+  *removed = it->second;
+  value_.map_->erase(it);
+  return true;
+}
+bool Value::removeMember(const char* key, Value* removed)
+{
+  return removeMember(key, key + strlen(key), removed);
+}
+bool Value::removeMember(JSONCPP_STRING const& key, Value* removed)
+{
+  return removeMember(key.data(), key.data() + key.length(), removed);
+}
+Value Value::removeMember(const char* key)
+{
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(type_ == nullValue || type_ == objectValue,
+                      "in Json::Value::removeMember(): requires objectValue");
+  if (type_ == nullValue)
+    return nullSingleton();
+
+  Value removed;  // null
+  removeMember(key, key + strlen(key), &removed);
+  return removed; // still null if removeMember() did nothing
+}
+Value Value::removeMember(const JSONCPP_STRING& key)
+{
+  return removeMember(key.c_str());
+}
+
+bool Value::removeIndex(ArrayIndex index, Value* removed) {
+  if (type_ != arrayValue) {
+    return false;
+  }
+  CZString key(index);
+  ObjectValues::iterator it = value_.map_->find(key);
+  if (it == value_.map_->end()) {
+    return false;
+  }
+  *removed = it->second;
+  ArrayIndex oldSize = size();
+  // shift left all items left, into the place of the "removed"
+  for (ArrayIndex i = index; i < (oldSize - 1); ++i){
+    CZString keey(i);
+    (*value_.map_)[keey] = (*this)[i + 1];
+  }
+  // erase the last one ("leftover")
+  CZString keyLast(oldSize - 1);
+  ObjectValues::iterator itLast = value_.map_->find(keyLast);
+  value_.map_->erase(itLast);
+  return true;
+}
+
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+Value Value::get(const CppTL::ConstString& key,
+                 const Value& defaultValue) const {
+  return get(key.c_str(), key.end_c_str(), defaultValue);
+}
+#endif
+
+bool Value::isMember(char const* key, char const* cend) const
+{
+  Value const* value = find(key, cend);
+  return NULL != value;
+}
+bool Value::isMember(char const* key) const
+{
+  return isMember(key, key + strlen(key));
+}
+bool Value::isMember(JSONCPP_STRING const& key) const
+{
+  return isMember(key.data(), key.data() + key.length());
+}
+
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+bool Value::isMember(const CppTL::ConstString& key) const {
+  return isMember(key.c_str(), key.end_c_str());
+}
+#endif
+
+Value::Members Value::getMemberNames() const {
+  JSON_ASSERT_MESSAGE(
+      type_ == nullValue || type_ == objectValue,
+      "in Json::Value::getMemberNames(), value must be objectValue");
+  if (type_ == nullValue)
+    return Value::Members();
+  Members members;
+  members.reserve(value_.map_->size());
+  ObjectValues::const_iterator it = value_.map_->begin();
+  ObjectValues::const_iterator itEnd = value_.map_->end();
+  for (; it != itEnd; ++it) {
+    members.push_back(JSONCPP_STRING((*it).first.data(),
+                                  (*it).first.length()));
+  }
+  return members;
+}
+//
+//# ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL
+// EnumMemberNames
+// Value::enumMemberNames() const
+//{
+//   if ( type_ == objectValue )
+//   {
+//      return CppTL::Enum::any(  CppTL::Enum::transform(
+//         CppTL::Enum::keys( *(value_.map_), CppTL::Type<const CZString &>() ),
+//         MemberNamesTransform() ) );
+//   }
+//   return EnumMemberNames();
+//}
+//
+//
+// EnumValues
+// Value::enumValues() const
+//{
+//   if ( type_ == objectValue  ||  type_ == arrayValue )
+//      return CppTL::Enum::anyValues( *(value_.map_),
+//                                     CppTL::Type<const Value &>() );
+//   return EnumValues();
+//}
+//
+//# endif
+
+static bool IsIntegral(double d) {
+  double integral_part;
+  return modf(d, &integral_part) == 0.0;
+}
+
+bool Value::isNull() const { return type_ == nullValue; }
+
+bool Value::isBool() const { return type_ == booleanValue; }
+
+bool Value::isInt() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case intValue:
+    return value_.int_ >= minInt && value_.int_ <= maxInt;
+  case uintValue:
+    return value_.uint_ <= UInt(maxInt);
+  case realValue:
+    return value_.real_ >= minInt && value_.real_ <= maxInt &&
+           IsIntegral(value_.real_);
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  return false;
+}
+
+bool Value::isUInt() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case intValue:
+    return value_.int_ >= 0 && LargestUInt(value_.int_) <= LargestUInt(maxUInt);
+  case uintValue:
+    return value_.uint_ <= maxUInt;
+  case realValue:
+    return value_.real_ >= 0 && value_.real_ <= maxUInt &&
+           IsIntegral(value_.real_);
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  return false;
+}
+
+bool Value::isInt64() const {
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+  switch (type_) {
+  case intValue:
+    return true;
+  case uintValue:
+    return value_.uint_ <= UInt64(maxInt64);
+  case realValue:
+    // Note that maxInt64 (= 2^63 - 1) is not exactly representable as a
+    // double, so double(maxInt64) will be rounded up to 2^63. Therefore we
+    // require the value to be strictly less than the limit.
+    return value_.real_ >= double(minInt64) &&
+           value_.real_ < double(maxInt64) && IsIntegral(value_.real_);
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+#endif // JSON_HAS_INT64
+  return false;
+}
+
+bool Value::isUInt64() const {
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+  switch (type_) {
+  case intValue:
+    return value_.int_ >= 0;
+  case uintValue:
+    return true;
+  case realValue:
+    // Note that maxUInt64 (= 2^64 - 1) is not exactly representable as a
+    // double, so double(maxUInt64) will be rounded up to 2^64. Therefore we
+    // require the value to be strictly less than the limit.
+    return value_.real_ >= 0 && value_.real_ < maxUInt64AsDouble &&
+           IsIntegral(value_.real_);
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+#endif // JSON_HAS_INT64
+  return false;
+}
+
+bool Value::isIntegral() const {
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+  return isInt64() || isUInt64();
+#else
+  return isInt() || isUInt();
+#endif
+}
+
+bool Value::isDouble() const { return type_ == realValue || isIntegral(); }
+
+bool Value::isNumeric() const { return isIntegral() || isDouble(); }
+
+bool Value::isString() const { return type_ == stringValue; }
+
+bool Value::isArray() const { return type_ == arrayValue; }
+
+bool Value::isObject() const { return type_ == objectValue; }
+
+void Value::setComment(const char* comment, size_t len, CommentPlacement placement) {
+  if (!comments_)
+    comments_ = new CommentInfo[numberOfCommentPlacement];
+  if ((len > 0) && (comment[len-1] == '\n')) {
+    // Always discard trailing newline, to aid indentation.
+    len -= 1;
+  }
+  comments_[placement].setComment(comment, len);
+}
+
+void Value::setComment(const char* comment, CommentPlacement placement) {
+  setComment(comment, strlen(comment), placement);
+}
+
+void Value::setComment(const JSONCPP_STRING& comment, CommentPlacement placement) {
+  setComment(comment.c_str(), comment.length(), placement);
+}
+
+bool Value::hasComment(CommentPlacement placement) const {
+  return comments_ != 0 && comments_[placement].comment_ != 0;
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING Value::getComment(CommentPlacement placement) const {
+  if (hasComment(placement))
+    return comments_[placement].comment_;
+  return "";
+}
+
+void Value::setOffsetStart(ptrdiff_t start) { start_ = start; }
+
+void Value::setOffsetLimit(ptrdiff_t limit) { limit_ = limit; }
+
+ptrdiff_t Value::getOffsetStart() const { return start_; }
+
+ptrdiff_t Value::getOffsetLimit() const { return limit_; }
+
+JSONCPP_STRING Value::toStyledString() const {
+  StyledWriter writer;
+  return writer.write(*this);
+}
+
+Value::const_iterator Value::begin() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case arrayValue:
+  case objectValue:
+    if (value_.map_)
+      return const_iterator(value_.map_->begin());
+    break;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  return const_iterator();
+}
+
+Value::const_iterator Value::end() const {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case arrayValue:
+  case objectValue:
+    if (value_.map_)
+      return const_iterator(value_.map_->end());
+    break;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  return const_iterator();
+}
+
+Value::iterator Value::begin() {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case arrayValue:
+  case objectValue:
+    if (value_.map_)
+      return iterator(value_.map_->begin());
+    break;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  return iterator();
+}
+
+Value::iterator Value::end() {
+  switch (type_) {
+  case arrayValue:
+  case objectValue:
+    if (value_.map_)
+      return iterator(value_.map_->end());
+    break;
+  default:
+    break;
+  }
+  return iterator();
+}
+
+// class PathArgument
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+PathArgument::PathArgument() : key_(), index_(), kind_(kindNone) {}
+
+PathArgument::PathArgument(ArrayIndex index)
+    : key_(), index_(index), kind_(kindIndex) {}
+
+PathArgument::PathArgument(const char* key)
+    : key_(key), index_(), kind_(kindKey) {}
+
+PathArgument::PathArgument(const JSONCPP_STRING& key)
+    : key_(key.c_str()), index_(), kind_(kindKey) {}
+
+// class Path
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+Path::Path(const JSONCPP_STRING& path,
+           const PathArgument& a1,
+           const PathArgument& a2,
+           const PathArgument& a3,
+           const PathArgument& a4,
+           const PathArgument& a5) {
+  InArgs in;
+  in.push_back(&a1);
+  in.push_back(&a2);
+  in.push_back(&a3);
+  in.push_back(&a4);
+  in.push_back(&a5);
+  makePath(path, in);
+}
+
+void Path::makePath(const JSONCPP_STRING& path, const InArgs& in) {
+  const char* current = path.c_str();
+  const char* end = current + path.length();
+  InArgs::const_iterator itInArg = in.begin();
+  while (current != end) {
+    if (*current == '[') {
+      ++current;
+      if (*current == '%')
+        addPathInArg(path, in, itInArg, PathArgument::kindIndex);
+      else {
+        ArrayIndex index = 0;
+        for (; current != end && *current >= '0' && *current <= '9'; ++current)
+          index = index * 10 + ArrayIndex(*current - '0');
+        args_.push_back(index);
+      }
+      if (current == end || *current++ != ']')
+        invalidPath(path, int(current - path.c_str()));
+    } else if (*current == '%') {
+      addPathInArg(path, in, itInArg, PathArgument::kindKey);
+      ++current;
+    } else if (*current == '.') {
+      ++current;
+    } else {
+      const char* beginName = current;
+      while (current != end && !strchr("[.", *current))
+        ++current;
+      args_.push_back(JSONCPP_STRING(beginName, current));
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+void Path::addPathInArg(const JSONCPP_STRING& /*path*/,
+                        const InArgs& in,
+                        InArgs::const_iterator& itInArg,
+                        PathArgument::Kind kind) {
+  if (itInArg == in.end()) {
+    // Error: missing argument %d
+  } else if ((*itInArg)->kind_ != kind) {
+    // Error: bad argument type
+  } else {
+    args_.push_back(**itInArg);
+  }
+}
+
+void Path::invalidPath(const JSONCPP_STRING& /*path*/, int /*location*/) {
+  // Error: invalid path.
+}
+
+const Value& Path::resolve(const Value& root) const {
+  const Value* node = &root;
+  for (Args::const_iterator it = args_.begin(); it != args_.end(); ++it) {
+    const PathArgument& arg = *it;
+    if (arg.kind_ == PathArgument::kindIndex) {
+      if (!node->isArray() || !node->isValidIndex(arg.index_)) {
+        // Error: unable to resolve path (array value expected at position...
+      }
+      node = &((*node)[arg.index_]);
+    } else if (arg.kind_ == PathArgument::kindKey) {
+      if (!node->isObject()) {
+        // Error: unable to resolve path (object value expected at position...)
+      }
+      node = &((*node)[arg.key_]);
+      if (node == &Value::nullSingleton()) {
+        // Error: unable to resolve path (object has no member named '' at
+        // position...)
+      }
+    }
+  }
+  return *node;
+}
+
+Value Path::resolve(const Value& root, const Value& defaultValue) const {
+  const Value* node = &root;
+  for (Args::const_iterator it = args_.begin(); it != args_.end(); ++it) {
+    const PathArgument& arg = *it;
+    if (arg.kind_ == PathArgument::kindIndex) {
+      if (!node->isArray() || !node->isValidIndex(arg.index_))
+        return defaultValue;
+      node = &((*node)[arg.index_]);
+    } else if (arg.kind_ == PathArgument::kindKey) {
+      if (!node->isObject())
+        return defaultValue;
+      node = &((*node)[arg.key_]);
+      if (node == &Value::nullSingleton())
+        return defaultValue;
+    }
+  }
+  return *node;
+}
+
+Value& Path::make(Value& root) const {
+  Value* node = &root;
+  for (Args::const_iterator it = args_.begin(); it != args_.end(); ++it) {
+    const PathArgument& arg = *it;
+    if (arg.kind_ == PathArgument::kindIndex) {
+      if (!node->isArray()) {
+        // Error: node is not an array at position ...
+      }
+      node = &((*node)[arg.index_]);
+    } else if (arg.kind_ == PathArgument::kindKey) {
+      if (!node->isObject()) {
+        // Error: node is not an object at position...
+      }
+      node = &((*node)[arg.key_]);
+    }
+  }
+  return *node;
+}
+
+} // namespace Json
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/json_valueiterator.inl
@@ -0,0 +1,167 @@
+// Copyright 2007-2010 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+// included by json_value.cpp
+
+namespace Json {
+
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// class ValueIteratorBase
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+ValueIteratorBase::ValueIteratorBase()
+    : current_(), isNull_(true) {
+}
+
+ValueIteratorBase::ValueIteratorBase(
+    const Value::ObjectValues::iterator& current)
+    : current_(current), isNull_(false) {}
+
+Value& ValueIteratorBase::deref() const {
+  return current_->second;
+}
+
+void ValueIteratorBase::increment() {
+  ++current_;
+}
+
+void ValueIteratorBase::decrement() {
+  --current_;
+}
+
+ValueIteratorBase::difference_type
+ValueIteratorBase::computeDistance(const SelfType& other) const {
+#ifdef JSON_USE_CPPTL_SMALLMAP
+  return other.current_ - current_;
+#else
+  // Iterator for null value are initialized using the default
+  // constructor, which initialize current_ to the default
+  // std::map::iterator. As begin() and end() are two instance
+  // of the default std::map::iterator, they can not be compared.
+  // To allow this, we handle this comparison specifically.
+  if (isNull_ && other.isNull_) {
+    return 0;
+  }
+
+  // Usage of std::distance is not portable (does not compile with Sun Studio 12
+  // RogueWave STL,
+  // which is the one used by default).
+  // Using a portable hand-made version for non random iterator instead:
+  //   return difference_type( std::distance( current_, other.current_ ) );
+  difference_type myDistance = 0;
+  for (Value::ObjectValues::iterator it = current_; it != other.current_;
+       ++it) {
+    ++myDistance;
+  }
+  return myDistance;
+#endif
+}
+
+bool ValueIteratorBase::isEqual(const SelfType& other) const {
+  if (isNull_) {
+    return other.isNull_;
+  }
+  return current_ == other.current_;
+}
+
+void ValueIteratorBase::copy(const SelfType& other) {
+  current_ = other.current_;
+  isNull_ = other.isNull_;
+}
+
+Value ValueIteratorBase::key() const {
+  const Value::CZString czstring = (*current_).first;
+  if (czstring.data()) {
+    if (czstring.isStaticString())
+      return Value(StaticString(czstring.data()));
+    return Value(czstring.data(), czstring.data() + czstring.length());
+  }
+  return Value(czstring.index());
+}
+
+UInt ValueIteratorBase::index() const {
+  const Value::CZString czstring = (*current_).first;
+  if (!czstring.data())
+    return czstring.index();
+  return Value::UInt(-1);
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING ValueIteratorBase::name() const {
+  char const* keey;
+  char const* end;
+  keey = memberName(&end);
+  if (!keey) return JSONCPP_STRING();
+  return JSONCPP_STRING(keey, end);
+}
+
+char const* ValueIteratorBase::memberName() const {
+  const char* cname = (*current_).first.data();
+  return cname ? cname : "";
+}
+
+char const* ValueIteratorBase::memberName(char const** end) const {
+  const char* cname = (*current_).first.data();
+  if (!cname) {
+    *end = NULL;
+    return NULL;
+  }
+  *end = cname + (*current_).first.length();
+  return cname;
+}
+
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// class ValueConstIterator
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+ValueConstIterator::ValueConstIterator() {}
+
+ValueConstIterator::ValueConstIterator(
+    const Value::ObjectValues::iterator& current)
+    : ValueIteratorBase(current) {}
+
+ValueConstIterator::ValueConstIterator(ValueIterator const& other)
+    : ValueIteratorBase(other) {}
+
+ValueConstIterator& ValueConstIterator::
+operator=(const ValueIteratorBase& other) {
+  copy(other);
+  return *this;
+}
+
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// class ValueIterator
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+ValueIterator::ValueIterator() {}
+
+ValueIterator::ValueIterator(const Value::ObjectValues::iterator& current)
+    : ValueIteratorBase(current) {}
+
+ValueIterator::ValueIterator(const ValueConstIterator& other)
+    : ValueIteratorBase(other) {
+  throwRuntimeError("ConstIterator to Iterator should never be allowed.");
+}
+
+ValueIterator::ValueIterator(const ValueIterator& other)
+    : ValueIteratorBase(other) {}
+
+ValueIterator& ValueIterator::operator=(const SelfType& other) {
+  copy(other);
+  return *this;
+}
+
+} // namespace Json
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/json_writer.cpp
@@ -0,0 +1,1218 @@
+// Copyright 2011 Baptiste Lepilleur
+// Distributed under MIT license, or public domain if desired and
+// recognized in your jurisdiction.
+// See file LICENSE for detail or copy at http://jsoncpp.sourceforge.net/LICENSE
+
+#if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include <json/writer.h>
+#include "json_tool.h"
+#endif // if !defined(JSON_IS_AMALGAMATION)
+#include <iomanip>
+#include <memory>
+#include <sstream>
+#include <utility>
+#include <set>
+#include <cassert>
+#include <cstring>
+#include <cstdio>
+
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER >= 1200 && _MSC_VER < 1800 // Between VC++ 6.0 and VC++ 11.0
+#include <float.h>
+#define isfinite _finite
+#elif defined(__sun) && defined(__SVR4) //Solaris
+#if !defined(isfinite)
+#include <ieeefp.h>
+#define isfinite finite
+#endif
+#elif defined(_AIX)
+#if !defined(isfinite)
+#include <math.h>
+#define isfinite finite
+#endif
+#elif defined(__hpux)
+#if !defined(isfinite)
+#if defined(__ia64) && !defined(finite)
+#define isfinite(x) ((sizeof(x) == sizeof(float) ? \
+                     _Isfinitef(x) : _IsFinite(x)))
+#else
+#include <math.h>
+#define isfinite finite
+#endif
+#endif
+#else
+#include <cmath>
+#if !(defined(__QNXNTO__)) // QNX already defines isfinite
+#define isfinite std::isfinite
+#endif
+#endif
+
+#if defined(_MSC_VER)
+#if !defined(WINCE) && defined(__STDC_SECURE_LIB__) && _MSC_VER >= 1500 // VC++ 9.0 and above
+#define snprintf sprintf_s
+#elif _MSC_VER >= 1900 // VC++ 14.0 and above
+#define snprintf std::snprintf
+#else
+#define snprintf _snprintf
+#endif
+#elif defined(__ANDROID__) || defined(__QNXNTO__)
+#define snprintf snprintf
+#elif __cplusplus >= 201103L
+#if !defined(__MINGW32__) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)
+#define snprintf std::snprintf
+#endif
+#endif
+
+#if defined(__BORLANDC__)  
+#include <float.h>
+#define isfinite _finite
+#define snprintf _snprintf
+#endif
+
+#if defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER >= 1400 // VC++ 8.0
+// Disable warning about strdup being deprecated.
+#pragma warning(disable : 4996)
+#endif
+
+namespace Json {
+
+#if __cplusplus >= 201103L || (defined(_CPPLIB_VER) && _CPPLIB_VER >= 520)
+typedef std::unique_ptr<StreamWriter> StreamWriterPtr;
+#else
+typedef std::auto_ptr<StreamWriter>   StreamWriterPtr;
+#endif
+
+static bool containsControlCharacter(const char* str) {
+  while (*str) {
+    if (isControlCharacter(*(str++)))
+      return true;
+  }
+  return false;
+}
+
+static bool containsControlCharacter0(const char* str, unsigned len) {
+  char const* end = str + len;
+  while (end != str) {
+    if (isControlCharacter(*str) || 0==*str)
+      return true;
+    ++str;
+  }
+  return false;
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING valueToString(LargestInt value) {
+  UIntToStringBuffer buffer;
+  char* current = buffer + sizeof(buffer);
+  if (value == Value::minLargestInt) {
+    uintToString(LargestUInt(Value::maxLargestInt) + 1, current);
+    *--current = '-';
+  } else if (value < 0) {
+    uintToString(LargestUInt(-value), current);
+    *--current = '-';
+  } else {
+    uintToString(LargestUInt(value), current);
+  }
+  assert(current >= buffer);
+  return current;
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING valueToString(LargestUInt value) {
+  UIntToStringBuffer buffer;
+  char* current = buffer + sizeof(buffer);
+  uintToString(value, current);
+  assert(current >= buffer);
+  return current;
+}
+
+#if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+
+JSONCPP_STRING valueToString(Int value) {
+  return valueToString(LargestInt(value));
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING valueToString(UInt value) {
+  return valueToString(LargestUInt(value));
+}
+
+#endif // # if defined(JSON_HAS_INT64)
+
+namespace {
+JSONCPP_STRING valueToString(double value, bool useSpecialFloats, unsigned int precision) {
+  // Allocate a buffer that is more than large enough to store the 16 digits of
+  // precision requested below.
+  char buffer[32];
+  int len = -1;
+
+  char formatString[6];
+  sprintf(formatString, "%%.%dg", precision);
+
+  // Print into the buffer. We need not request the alternative representation
+  // that always has a decimal point because JSON doesn't distingish the
+  // concepts of reals and integers.
+  if (isfinite(value)) {
+    len = snprintf(buffer, sizeof(buffer), formatString, value);
+  } else {
+    // IEEE standard states that NaN values will not compare to themselves
+    if (value != value) {
+      len = snprintf(buffer, sizeof(buffer), useSpecialFloats ? "NaN" : "null");
+    } else if (value < 0) {
+      len = snprintf(buffer, sizeof(buffer), useSpecialFloats ? "-Infinity" : "-1e+9999");
+    } else {
+      len = snprintf(buffer, sizeof(buffer), useSpecialFloats ? "Infinity" : "1e+9999");
+    }
+    // For those, we do not need to call fixNumLoc, but it is fast.
+  }
+  assert(len >= 0);
+  fixNumericLocale(buffer, buffer + len);
+  return buffer;
+}
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING valueToString(double value) { return valueToString(value, false, 17); }
+
+JSONCPP_STRING valueToString(bool value) { return value ? "true" : "false"; }
+
+JSONCPP_STRING valueToQuotedString(const char* value) {
+  if (value == NULL)
+    return "";
+  // Not sure how to handle unicode...
+  if (strpbrk(value, "\"\\\b\f\n\r\t") == NULL &&
+      !containsControlCharacter(value))
+    return JSONCPP_STRING("\"") + value + "\"";
+  // We have to walk value and escape any special characters.
+  // Appending to JSONCPP_STRING is not efficient, but this should be rare.
+  // (Note: forward slashes are *not* rare, but I am not escaping them.)
+  JSONCPP_STRING::size_type maxsize =
+      strlen(value) * 2 + 3; // allescaped+quotes+NULL
+  JSONCPP_STRING result;
+  result.reserve(maxsize); // to avoid lots of mallocs
+  result += "\"";
+  for (const char* c = value; *c != 0; ++c) {
+    switch (*c) {
+    case '\"':
+      result += "\\\"";
+      break;
+    case '\\':
+      result += "\\\\";
+      break;
+    case '\b':
+      result += "\\b";
+      break;
+    case '\f':
+      result += "\\f";
+      break;
+    case '\n':
+      result += "\\n";
+      break;
+    case '\r':
+      result += "\\r";
+      break;
+    case '\t':
+      result += "\\t";
+      break;
+    // case '/':
+    // Even though \/ is considered a legal escape in JSON, a bare
+    // slash is also legal, so I see no reason to escape it.
+    // (I hope I am not misunderstanding something.
+    // blep notes: actually escaping \/ may be useful in javascript to avoid </
+    // sequence.
+    // Should add a flag to allow this compatibility mode and prevent this
+    // sequence from occurring.
+    default:
+      if (isControlCharacter(*c)) {
+        JSONCPP_OSTRINGSTREAM oss;
+        oss << "\\u" << std::hex << std::uppercase << std::setfill('0')
+            << std::setw(4) << static_cast<int>(*c);
+        result += oss.str();
+      } else {
+        result += *c;
+      }
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+  result += "\"";
+  return result;
+}
+
+// https://github.com/upcaste/upcaste/blob/master/src/upcore/src/cstring/strnpbrk.cpp
+static char const* strnpbrk(char const* s, char const* accept, size_t n) {
+  assert((s || !n) && accept);
+
+  char const* const end = s + n;
+  for (char const* cur = s; cur < end; ++cur) {
+    int const c = *cur;
+    for (char const* a = accept; *a; ++a) {
+      if (*a == c) {
+        return cur;
+      }
+    }
+  }
+  return NULL;
+}
+static JSONCPP_STRING valueToQuotedStringN(const char* value, unsigned length) {
+  if (value == NULL)
+    return "";
+  // Not sure how to handle unicode...
+  if (strnpbrk(value, "\"\\\b\f\n\r\t", length) == NULL &&
+      !containsControlCharacter0(value, length))
+    return JSONCPP_STRING("\"") + value + "\"";
+  // We have to walk value and escape any special characters.
+  // Appending to JSONCPP_STRING is not efficient, but this should be rare.
+  // (Note: forward slashes are *not* rare, but I am not escaping them.)
+  JSONCPP_STRING::size_type maxsize =
+      length * 2 + 3; // allescaped+quotes+NULL
+  JSONCPP_STRING result;
+  result.reserve(maxsize); // to avoid lots of mallocs
+  result += "\"";
+  char const* end = value + length;
+  for (const char* c = value; c != end; ++c) {
+    switch (*c) {
+    case '\"':
+      result += "\\\"";
+      break;
+    case '\\':
+      result += "\\\\";
+      break;
+    case '\b':
+      result += "\\b";
+      break;
+    case '\f':
+      result += "\\f";
+      break;
+    case '\n':
+      result += "\\n";
+      break;
+    case '\r':
+      result += "\\r";
+      break;
+    case '\t':
+      result += "\\t";
+      break;
+    // case '/':
+    // Even though \/ is considered a legal escape in JSON, a bare
+    // slash is also legal, so I see no reason to escape it.
+    // (I hope I am not misunderstanding something.)
+    // blep notes: actually escaping \/ may be useful in javascript to avoid </
+    // sequence.
+    // Should add a flag to allow this compatibility mode and prevent this
+    // sequence from occurring.
+    default:
+      if ((isControlCharacter(*c)) || (*c == 0)) {
+        JSONCPP_OSTRINGSTREAM oss;
+        oss << "\\u" << std::hex << std::uppercase << std::setfill('0')
+            << std::setw(4) << static_cast<int>(*c);
+        result += oss.str();
+      } else {
+        result += *c;
+      }
+      break;
+    }
+  }
+  result += "\"";
+  return result;
+}
+
+// Class Writer
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+Writer::~Writer() {}
+
+// Class FastWriter
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+FastWriter::FastWriter()
+    : yamlCompatiblityEnabled_(false), dropNullPlaceholders_(false),
+      omitEndingLineFeed_(false) {}
+
+void FastWriter::enableYAMLCompatibility() { yamlCompatiblityEnabled_ = true; }
+
+void FastWriter::dropNullPlaceholders() { dropNullPlaceholders_ = true; }
+
+void FastWriter::omitEndingLineFeed() { omitEndingLineFeed_ = true; }
+
+JSONCPP_STRING FastWriter::write(const Value& root) {
+  document_ = "";
+  writeValue(root);
+  if (!omitEndingLineFeed_)
+    document_ += "\n";
+  return document_;
+}
+
+void FastWriter::writeValue(const Value& value) {
+  switch (value.type()) {
+  case nullValue:
+    if (!dropNullPlaceholders_)
+      document_ += "null";
+    break;
+  case intValue:
+    document_ += valueToString(value.asLargestInt());
+    break;
+  case uintValue:
+    document_ += valueToString(value.asLargestUInt());
+    break;
+  case realValue:
+    document_ += valueToString(value.asDouble());
+    break;
+  case stringValue:
+  {
+    // Is NULL possible for value.string_? No.
+    char const* str;
+    char const* end;
+    bool ok = value.getString(&str, &end);
+    if (ok) document_ += valueToQuotedStringN(str, static_cast<unsigned>(end-str));
+    break;
+  }
+  case booleanValue:
+    document_ += valueToString(value.asBool());
+    break;
+  case arrayValue: {
+    document_ += '[';
+    ArrayIndex size = value.size();
+    for (ArrayIndex index = 0; index < size; ++index) {
+      if (index > 0)
+        document_ += ',';
+      writeValue(value[index]);
+    }
+    document_ += ']';
+  } break;
+  case objectValue: {
+    Value::Members members(value.getMemberNames());
+    document_ += '{';
+    for (Value::Members::iterator it = members.begin(); it != members.end();
+         ++it) {
+      const JSONCPP_STRING& name = *it;
+      if (it != members.begin())
+        document_ += ',';
+      document_ += valueToQuotedStringN(name.data(), static_cast<unsigned>(name.length()));
+      document_ += yamlCompatiblityEnabled_ ? ": " : ":";
+      writeValue(value[name]);
+    }
+    document_ += '}';
+  } break;
+  }
+}
+
+// Class StyledWriter
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+StyledWriter::StyledWriter()
+    : rightMargin_(74), indentSize_(3), addChildValues_() {}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING StyledWriter::write(const Value& root) {
+  document_ = "";
+  addChildValues_ = false;
+  indentString_ = "";
+  writeCommentBeforeValue(root);
+  writeValue(root);
+  writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(root);
+  document_ += "\n";
+  return document_;
+}
+
+void StyledWriter::writeValue(const Value& value) {
+  switch (value.type()) {
+  case nullValue:
+    pushValue("null");
+    break;
+  case intValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asLargestInt()));
+    break;
+  case uintValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asLargestUInt()));
+    break;
+  case realValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asDouble()));
+    break;
+  case stringValue:
+  {
+    // Is NULL possible for value.string_? No.
+    char const* str;
+    char const* end;
+    bool ok = value.getString(&str, &end);
+    if (ok) pushValue(valueToQuotedStringN(str, static_cast<unsigned>(end-str)));
+    else pushValue("");
+    break;
+  }
+  case booleanValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asBool()));
+    break;
+  case arrayValue:
+    writeArrayValue(value);
+    break;
+  case objectValue: {
+    Value::Members members(value.getMemberNames());
+    if (members.empty())
+      pushValue("{}");
+    else {
+      writeWithIndent("{");
+      indent();
+      Value::Members::iterator it = members.begin();
+      for (;;) {
+        const JSONCPP_STRING& name = *it;
+        const Value& childValue = value[name];
+        writeCommentBeforeValue(childValue);
+        writeWithIndent(valueToQuotedString(name.c_str()));
+        document_ += " : ";
+        writeValue(childValue);
+        if (++it == members.end()) {
+          writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+          break;
+        }
+        document_ += ',';
+        writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+      }
+      unindent();
+      writeWithIndent("}");
+    }
+  } break;
+  }
+}
+
+void StyledWriter::writeArrayValue(const Value& value) {
+  unsigned size = value.size();
+  if (size == 0)
+    pushValue("[]");
+  else {
+    bool isArrayMultiLine = isMultineArray(value);
+    if (isArrayMultiLine) {
+      writeWithIndent("[");
+      indent();
+      bool hasChildValue = !childValues_.empty();
+      unsigned index = 0;
+      for (;;) {
+        const Value& childValue = value[index];
+        writeCommentBeforeValue(childValue);
+        if (hasChildValue)
+          writeWithIndent(childValues_[index]);
+        else {
+          writeIndent();
+          writeValue(childValue);
+        }
+        if (++index == size) {
+          writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+          break;
+        }
+        document_ += ',';
+        writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+      }
+      unindent();
+      writeWithIndent("]");
+    } else // output on a single line
+    {
+      assert(childValues_.size() == size);
+      document_ += "[ ";
+      for (unsigned index = 0; index < size; ++index) {
+        if (index > 0)
+          document_ += ", ";
+        document_ += childValues_[index];
+      }
+      document_ += " ]";
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+bool StyledWriter::isMultineArray(const Value& value) {
+  ArrayIndex const size = value.size();
+  bool isMultiLine = size * 3 >= rightMargin_;
+  childValues_.clear();
+  for (ArrayIndex index = 0; index < size && !isMultiLine; ++index) {
+    const Value& childValue = value[index];
+    isMultiLine = ((childValue.isArray() || childValue.isObject()) &&
+                        childValue.size() > 0);
+  }
+  if (!isMultiLine) // check if line length > max line length
+  {
+    childValues_.reserve(size);
+    addChildValues_ = true;
+    ArrayIndex lineLength = 4 + (size - 1) * 2; // '[ ' + ', '*n + ' ]'
+    for (ArrayIndex index = 0; index < size; ++index) {
+      if (hasCommentForValue(value[index])) {
+        isMultiLine = true;
+      }
+      writeValue(value[index]);
+      lineLength += static_cast<ArrayIndex>(childValues_[index].length());
+    }
+    addChildValues_ = false;
+    isMultiLine = isMultiLine || lineLength >= rightMargin_;
+  }
+  return isMultiLine;
+}
+
+void StyledWriter::pushValue(const JSONCPP_STRING& value) {
+  if (addChildValues_)
+    childValues_.push_back(value);
+  else
+    document_ += value;
+}
+
+void StyledWriter::writeIndent() {
+  if (!document_.empty()) {
+    char last = document_[document_.length() - 1];
+    if (last == ' ') // already indented
+      return;
+    if (last != '\n') // Comments may add new-line
+      document_ += '\n';
+  }
+  document_ += indentString_;
+}
+
+void StyledWriter::writeWithIndent(const JSONCPP_STRING& value) {
+  writeIndent();
+  document_ += value;
+}
+
+void StyledWriter::indent() { indentString_ += JSONCPP_STRING(indentSize_, ' '); }
+
+void StyledWriter::unindent() {
+  assert(indentString_.size() >= indentSize_);
+  indentString_.resize(indentString_.size() - indentSize_);
+}
+
+void StyledWriter::writeCommentBeforeValue(const Value& root) {
+  if (!root.hasComment(commentBefore))
+    return;
+
+  document_ += "\n";
+  writeIndent();
+  const JSONCPP_STRING& comment = root.getComment(commentBefore);
+  JSONCPP_STRING::const_iterator iter = comment.begin();
+  while (iter != comment.end()) {
+    document_ += *iter;
+    if (*iter == '\n' &&
+       (iter != comment.end() && *(iter + 1) == '/'))
+      writeIndent();
+    ++iter;
+  }
+
+  // Comments are stripped of trailing newlines, so add one here
+  document_ += "\n";
+}
+
+void StyledWriter::writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(const Value& root) {
+  if (root.hasComment(commentAfterOnSameLine))
+    document_ += " " + root.getComment(commentAfterOnSameLine);
+
+  if (root.hasComment(commentAfter)) {
+    document_ += "\n";
+    document_ += root.getComment(commentAfter);
+    document_ += "\n";
+  }
+}
+
+bool StyledWriter::hasCommentForValue(const Value& value) {
+  return value.hasComment(commentBefore) ||
+         value.hasComment(commentAfterOnSameLine) ||
+         value.hasComment(commentAfter);
+}
+
+// Class StyledStreamWriter
+// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+StyledStreamWriter::StyledStreamWriter(JSONCPP_STRING indentation)
+    : document_(NULL), rightMargin_(74), indentation_(indentation),
+      addChildValues_() {}
+
+void StyledStreamWriter::write(JSONCPP_OSTREAM& out, const Value& root) {
+  document_ = &out;
+  addChildValues_ = false;
+  indentString_ = "";
+  indented_ = true;
+  writeCommentBeforeValue(root);
+  if (!indented_) writeIndent();
+  indented_ = true;
+  writeValue(root);
+  writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(root);
+  *document_ << "\n";
+  document_ = NULL; // Forget the stream, for safety.
+}
+
+void StyledStreamWriter::writeValue(const Value& value) {
+  switch (value.type()) {
+  case nullValue:
+    pushValue("null");
+    break;
+  case intValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asLargestInt()));
+    break;
+  case uintValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asLargestUInt()));
+    break;
+  case realValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asDouble()));
+    break;
+  case stringValue:
+  {
+    // Is NULL possible for value.string_? No.
+    char const* str;
+    char const* end;
+    bool ok = value.getString(&str, &end);
+    if (ok) pushValue(valueToQuotedStringN(str, static_cast<unsigned>(end-str)));
+    else pushValue("");
+    break;
+  }
+  case booleanValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asBool()));
+    break;
+  case arrayValue:
+    writeArrayValue(value);
+    break;
+  case objectValue: {
+    Value::Members members(value.getMemberNames());
+    if (members.empty())
+      pushValue("{}");
+    else {
+      writeWithIndent("{");
+      indent();
+      Value::Members::iterator it = members.begin();
+      for (;;) {
+        const JSONCPP_STRING& name = *it;
+        const Value& childValue = value[name];
+        writeCommentBeforeValue(childValue);
+        writeWithIndent(valueToQuotedString(name.c_str()));
+        *document_ << " : ";
+        writeValue(childValue);
+        if (++it == members.end()) {
+          writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+          break;
+        }
+        *document_ << ",";
+        writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+      }
+      unindent();
+      writeWithIndent("}");
+    }
+  } break;
+  }
+}
+
+void StyledStreamWriter::writeArrayValue(const Value& value) {
+  unsigned size = value.size();
+  if (size == 0)
+    pushValue("[]");
+  else {
+    bool isArrayMultiLine = isMultineArray(value);
+    if (isArrayMultiLine) {
+      writeWithIndent("[");
+      indent();
+      bool hasChildValue = !childValues_.empty();
+      unsigned index = 0;
+      for (;;) {
+        const Value& childValue = value[index];
+        writeCommentBeforeValue(childValue);
+        if (hasChildValue)
+          writeWithIndent(childValues_[index]);
+        else {
+          if (!indented_) writeIndent();
+          indented_ = true;
+          writeValue(childValue);
+          indented_ = false;
+        }
+        if (++index == size) {
+          writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+          break;
+        }
+        *document_ << ",";
+        writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+      }
+      unindent();
+      writeWithIndent("]");
+    } else // output on a single line
+    {
+      assert(childValues_.size() == size);
+      *document_ << "[ ";
+      for (unsigned index = 0; index < size; ++index) {
+        if (index > 0)
+          *document_ << ", ";
+        *document_ << childValues_[index];
+      }
+      *document_ << " ]";
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+bool StyledStreamWriter::isMultineArray(const Value& value) {
+  ArrayIndex const size = value.size();
+  bool isMultiLine = size * 3 >= rightMargin_;
+  childValues_.clear();
+  for (ArrayIndex index = 0; index < size && !isMultiLine; ++index) {
+    const Value& childValue = value[index];
+    isMultiLine = ((childValue.isArray() || childValue.isObject()) &&
+                        childValue.size() > 0);
+  }
+  if (!isMultiLine) // check if line length > max line length
+  {
+    childValues_.reserve(size);
+    addChildValues_ = true;
+    ArrayIndex lineLength = 4 + (size - 1) * 2; // '[ ' + ', '*n + ' ]'
+    for (ArrayIndex index = 0; index < size; ++index) {
+      if (hasCommentForValue(value[index])) {
+        isMultiLine = true;
+      }
+      writeValue(value[index]);
+      lineLength += static_cast<ArrayIndex>(childValues_[index].length());
+    }
+    addChildValues_ = false;
+    isMultiLine = isMultiLine || lineLength >= rightMargin_;
+  }
+  return isMultiLine;
+}
+
+void StyledStreamWriter::pushValue(const JSONCPP_STRING& value) {
+  if (addChildValues_)
+    childValues_.push_back(value);
+  else
+    *document_ << value;
+}
+
+void StyledStreamWriter::writeIndent() {
+  // blep intended this to look at the so-far-written string
+  // to determine whether we are already indented, but
+  // with a stream we cannot do that. So we rely on some saved state.
+  // The caller checks indented_.
+  *document_ << '\n' << indentString_;
+}
+
+void StyledStreamWriter::writeWithIndent(const JSONCPP_STRING& value) {
+  if (!indented_) writeIndent();
+  *document_ << value;
+  indented_ = false;
+}
+
+void StyledStreamWriter::indent() { indentString_ += indentation_; }
+
+void StyledStreamWriter::unindent() {
+  assert(indentString_.size() >= indentation_.size());
+  indentString_.resize(indentString_.size() - indentation_.size());
+}
+
+void StyledStreamWriter::writeCommentBeforeValue(const Value& root) {
+  if (!root.hasComment(commentBefore))
+    return;
+
+  if (!indented_) writeIndent();
+  const JSONCPP_STRING& comment = root.getComment(commentBefore);
+  JSONCPP_STRING::const_iterator iter = comment.begin();
+  while (iter != comment.end()) {
+    *document_ << *iter;
+    if (*iter == '\n' &&
+       (iter != comment.end() && *(iter + 1) == '/'))
+      // writeIndent();  // would include newline
+      *document_ << indentString_;
+    ++iter;
+  }
+  indented_ = false;
+}
+
+void StyledStreamWriter::writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(const Value& root) {
+  if (root.hasComment(commentAfterOnSameLine))
+    *document_ << ' ' << root.getComment(commentAfterOnSameLine);
+
+  if (root.hasComment(commentAfter)) {
+    writeIndent();
+    *document_ << root.getComment(commentAfter);
+  }
+  indented_ = false;
+}
+
+bool StyledStreamWriter::hasCommentForValue(const Value& value) {
+  return value.hasComment(commentBefore) ||
+         value.hasComment(commentAfterOnSameLine) ||
+         value.hasComment(commentAfter);
+}
+
+//////////////////////////
+// BuiltStyledStreamWriter
+
+/// Scoped enums are not available until C++11.
+struct CommentStyle {
+  /// Decide whether to write comments.
+  enum Enum {
+    None,  ///< Drop all comments.
+    Most,  ///< Recover odd behavior of previous versions (not implemented yet).
+    All  ///< Keep all comments.
+  };
+};
+
+struct BuiltStyledStreamWriter : public StreamWriter
+{
+  BuiltStyledStreamWriter(
+      JSONCPP_STRING const& indentation,
+      CommentStyle::Enum cs,
+      JSONCPP_STRING const& colonSymbol,
+      JSONCPP_STRING const& nullSymbol,
+      JSONCPP_STRING const& endingLineFeedSymbol,
+      bool useSpecialFloats,
+      unsigned int precision);
+  int write(Value const& root, JSONCPP_OSTREAM* sout) JSONCPP_OVERRIDE;
+private:
+  void writeValue(Value const& value);
+  void writeArrayValue(Value const& value);
+  bool isMultineArray(Value const& value);
+  void pushValue(JSONCPP_STRING const& value);
+  void writeIndent();
+  void writeWithIndent(JSONCPP_STRING const& value);
+  void indent();
+  void unindent();
+  void writeCommentBeforeValue(Value const& root);
+  void writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(Value const& root);
+  static bool hasCommentForValue(const Value& value);
+
+  typedef std::vector<JSONCPP_STRING> ChildValues;
+
+  ChildValues childValues_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING indentString_;
+  unsigned int rightMargin_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING indentation_;
+  CommentStyle::Enum cs_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING colonSymbol_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING nullSymbol_;
+  JSONCPP_STRING endingLineFeedSymbol_;
+  bool addChildValues_ : 1;
+  bool indented_ : 1;
+  bool useSpecialFloats_ : 1;
+  unsigned int precision_;
+};
+BuiltStyledStreamWriter::BuiltStyledStreamWriter(
+      JSONCPP_STRING const& indentation,
+      CommentStyle::Enum cs,
+      JSONCPP_STRING const& colonSymbol,
+      JSONCPP_STRING const& nullSymbol,
+      JSONCPP_STRING const& endingLineFeedSymbol,
+      bool useSpecialFloats,
+      unsigned int precision)
+  : rightMargin_(74)
+  , indentation_(indentation)
+  , cs_(cs)
+  , colonSymbol_(colonSymbol)
+  , nullSymbol_(nullSymbol)
+  , endingLineFeedSymbol_(endingLineFeedSymbol)
+  , addChildValues_(false)
+  , indented_(false)
+  , useSpecialFloats_(useSpecialFloats)
+  , precision_(precision)
+{
+}
+int BuiltStyledStreamWriter::write(Value const& root, JSONCPP_OSTREAM* sout)
+{
+  sout_ = sout;
+  addChildValues_ = false;
+  indented_ = true;
+  indentString_ = "";
+  writeCommentBeforeValue(root);
+  if (!indented_) writeIndent();
+  indented_ = true;
+  writeValue(root);
+  writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(root);
+  *sout_ << endingLineFeedSymbol_;
+  sout_ = NULL;
+  return 0;
+}
+void BuiltStyledStreamWriter::writeValue(Value const& value) {
+  switch (value.type()) {
+  case nullValue:
+    pushValue(nullSymbol_);
+    break;
+  case intValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asLargestInt()));
+    break;
+  case uintValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asLargestUInt()));
+    break;
+  case realValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asDouble(), useSpecialFloats_, precision_));
+    break;
+  case stringValue:
+  {
+    // Is NULL is possible for value.string_? No.
+    char const* str;
+    char const* end;
+    bool ok = value.getString(&str, &end);
+    if (ok) pushValue(valueToQuotedStringN(str, static_cast<unsigned>(end-str)));
+    else pushValue("");
+    break;
+  }
+  case booleanValue:
+    pushValue(valueToString(value.asBool()));
+    break;
+  case arrayValue:
+    writeArrayValue(value);
+    break;
+  case objectValue: {
+    Value::Members members(value.getMemberNames());
+    if (members.empty())
+      pushValue("{}");
+    else {
+      writeWithIndent("{");
+      indent();
+      Value::Members::iterator it = members.begin();
+      for (;;) {
+        JSONCPP_STRING const& name = *it;
+        Value const& childValue = value[name];
+        writeCommentBeforeValue(childValue);
+        writeWithIndent(valueToQuotedStringN(name.data(), static_cast<unsigned>(name.length())));
+        *sout_ << colonSymbol_;
+        writeValue(childValue);
+        if (++it == members.end()) {
+          writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+          break;
+        }
+        *sout_ << ",";
+        writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+      }
+      unindent();
+      writeWithIndent("}");
+    }
+  } break;
+  }
+}
+
+void BuiltStyledStreamWriter::writeArrayValue(Value const& value) {
+  unsigned size = value.size();
+  if (size == 0)
+    pushValue("[]");
+  else {
+    bool isMultiLine = (cs_ == CommentStyle::All) || isMultineArray(value);
+    if (isMultiLine) {
+      writeWithIndent("[");
+      indent();
+      bool hasChildValue = !childValues_.empty();
+      unsigned index = 0;
+      for (;;) {
+        Value const& childValue = value[index];
+        writeCommentBeforeValue(childValue);
+        if (hasChildValue)
+          writeWithIndent(childValues_[index]);
+        else {
+          if (!indented_) writeIndent();
+          indented_ = true;
+          writeValue(childValue);
+          indented_ = false;
+        }
+        if (++index == size) {
+          writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+          break;
+        }
+        *sout_ << ",";
+        writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(childValue);
+      }
+      unindent();
+      writeWithIndent("]");
+    } else // output on a single line
+    {
+      assert(childValues_.size() == size);
+      *sout_ << "[";
+      if (!indentation_.empty()) *sout_ << " ";
+      for (unsigned index = 0; index < size; ++index) {
+        if (index > 0)
+          *sout_ << ((!indentation_.empty()) ? ", " : ",");
+        *sout_ << childValues_[index];
+      }
+      if (!indentation_.empty()) *sout_ << " ";
+      *sout_ << "]";
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+bool BuiltStyledStreamWriter::isMultineArray(Value const& value) {
+  ArrayIndex const size = value.size();
+  bool isMultiLine = size * 3 >= rightMargin_;
+  childValues_.clear();
+  for (ArrayIndex index = 0; index < size && !isMultiLine; ++index) {
+    Value const& childValue = value[index];
+    isMultiLine = ((childValue.isArray() || childValue.isObject()) &&
+                        childValue.size() > 0);
+  }
+  if (!isMultiLine) // check if line length > max line length
+  {
+    childValues_.reserve(size);
+    addChildValues_ = true;
+    ArrayIndex lineLength = 4 + (size - 1) * 2; // '[ ' + ', '*n + ' ]'
+    for (ArrayIndex index = 0; index < size; ++index) {
+      if (hasCommentForValue(value[index])) {
+        isMultiLine = true;
+      }
+      writeValue(value[index]);
+      lineLength += static_cast<ArrayIndex>(childValues_[index].length());
+    }
+    addChildValues_ = false;
+    isMultiLine = isMultiLine || lineLength >= rightMargin_;
+  }
+  return isMultiLine;
+}
+
+void BuiltStyledStreamWriter::pushValue(JSONCPP_STRING const& value) {
+  if (addChildValues_)
+    childValues_.push_back(value);
+  else
+    *sout_ << value;
+}
+
+void BuiltStyledStreamWriter::writeIndent() {
+  // blep intended this to look at the so-far-written string
+  // to determine whether we are already indented, but
+  // with a stream we cannot do that. So we rely on some saved state.
+  // The caller checks indented_.
+
+  if (!indentation_.empty()) {
+    // In this case, drop newlines too.
+    *sout_ << '\n' << indentString_;
+  }
+}
+
+void BuiltStyledStreamWriter::writeWithIndent(JSONCPP_STRING const& value) {
+  if (!indented_) writeIndent();
+  *sout_ << value;
+  indented_ = false;
+}
+
+void BuiltStyledStreamWriter::indent() { indentString_ += indentation_; }
+
+void BuiltStyledStreamWriter::unindent() {
+  assert(indentString_.size() >= indentation_.size());
+  indentString_.resize(indentString_.size() - indentation_.size());
+}
+
+void BuiltStyledStreamWriter::writeCommentBeforeValue(Value const& root) {
+  if (cs_ == CommentStyle::None) return;
+  if (!root.hasComment(commentBefore))
+    return;
+
+  if (!indented_) writeIndent();
+  const JSONCPP_STRING& comment = root.getComment(commentBefore);
+  JSONCPP_STRING::const_iterator iter = comment.begin();
+  while (iter != comment.end()) {
+    *sout_ << *iter;
+    if (*iter == '\n' &&
+       (iter != comment.end() && *(iter + 1) == '/'))
+      // writeIndent();  // would write extra newline
+      *sout_ << indentString_;
+    ++iter;
+  }
+  indented_ = false;
+}
+
+void BuiltStyledStreamWriter::writeCommentAfterValueOnSameLine(Value const& root) {
+  if (cs_ == CommentStyle::None) return;
+  if (root.hasComment(commentAfterOnSameLine))
+    *sout_ << " " + root.getComment(commentAfterOnSameLine);
+
+  if (root.hasComment(commentAfter)) {
+    writeIndent();
+    *sout_ << root.getComment(commentAfter);
+  }
+}
+
+// static
+bool BuiltStyledStreamWriter::hasCommentForValue(const Value& value) {
+  return value.hasComment(commentBefore) ||
+         value.hasComment(commentAfterOnSameLine) ||
+         value.hasComment(commentAfter);
+}
+
+///////////////
+// StreamWriter
+
+StreamWriter::StreamWriter()
+    : sout_(NULL)
+{
+}
+StreamWriter::~StreamWriter()
+{
+}
+StreamWriter::Factory::~Factory()
+{}
+StreamWriterBuilder::StreamWriterBuilder()
+{
+  setDefaults(&settings_);
+}
+StreamWriterBuilder::~StreamWriterBuilder()
+{}
+StreamWriter* StreamWriterBuilder::newStreamWriter() const
+{
+  JSONCPP_STRING indentation = settings_["indentation"].asString();
+  JSONCPP_STRING cs_str = settings_["commentStyle"].asString();
+  bool eyc = settings_["enableYAMLCompatibility"].asBool();
+  bool dnp = settings_["dropNullPlaceholders"].asBool();
+  bool usf = settings_["useSpecialFloats"].asBool(); 
+  unsigned int pre = settings_["precision"].asUInt();
+  CommentStyle::Enum cs = CommentStyle::All;
+  if (cs_str == "All") {
+    cs = CommentStyle::All;
+  } else if (cs_str == "None") {
+    cs = CommentStyle::None;
+  } else {
+    throwRuntimeError("commentStyle must be 'All' or 'None'");
+  }
+  JSONCPP_STRING colonSymbol = " : ";
+  if (eyc) {
+    colonSymbol = ": ";
+  } else if (indentation.empty()) {
+    colonSymbol = ":";
+  }
+  JSONCPP_STRING nullSymbol = "null";
+  if (dnp) {
+    nullSymbol = "";
+  }
+  if (pre > 17) pre = 17;
+  JSONCPP_STRING endingLineFeedSymbol = "";
+  return new BuiltStyledStreamWriter(
+      indentation, cs,
+      colonSymbol, nullSymbol, endingLineFeedSymbol, usf, pre);
+}
+static void getValidWriterKeys(std::set<JSONCPP_STRING>* valid_keys)
+{
+  valid_keys->clear();
+  valid_keys->insert("indentation");
+  valid_keys->insert("commentStyle");
+  valid_keys->insert("enableYAMLCompatibility");
+  valid_keys->insert("dropNullPlaceholders");
+  valid_keys->insert("useSpecialFloats");
+  valid_keys->insert("precision");
+}
+bool StreamWriterBuilder::validate(Json::Value* invalid) const
+{
+  Json::Value my_invalid;
+  if (!invalid) invalid = &my_invalid;  // so we do not need to test for NULL
+  Json::Value& inv = *invalid;
+  std::set<JSONCPP_STRING> valid_keys;
+  getValidWriterKeys(&valid_keys);
+  Value::Members keys = settings_.getMemberNames();
+  size_t n = keys.size();
+  for (size_t i = 0; i < n; ++i) {
+    JSONCPP_STRING const& key = keys[i];
+    if (valid_keys.find(key) == valid_keys.end()) {
+      inv[key] = settings_[key];
+    }
+  }
+  return 0u == inv.size();
+}
+Value& StreamWriterBuilder::operator[](JSONCPP_STRING key)
+{
+  return settings_[key];
+}
+// static
+void StreamWriterBuilder::setDefaults(Json::Value* settings)
+{
+  //! [StreamWriterBuilderDefaults]
+  (*settings)["commentStyle"] = "All";
+  (*settings)["indentation"] = "\t";
+  (*settings)["enableYAMLCompatibility"] = false;
+  (*settings)["dropNullPlaceholders"] = false;
+  (*settings)["useSpecialFloats"] = false;
+  (*settings)["precision"] = 17;
+  //! [StreamWriterBuilderDefaults]
+}
+
+JSONCPP_STRING writeString(StreamWriter::Factory const& builder, Value const& root) {
+  JSONCPP_OSTRINGSTREAM sout;
+  StreamWriterPtr const writer(builder.newStreamWriter());
+  writer->write(root, &sout);
+  return sout.str();
+}
+
+JSONCPP_OSTREAM& operator<<(JSONCPP_OSTREAM& sout, Value const& root) {
+  StreamWriterBuilder builder;
+  StreamWriterPtr const writer(builder.newStreamWriter());
+  writer->write(root, &sout);
+  return sout;
+}
+
+} // namespace Json
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/moz.build
@@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
+# -*- Mode: python; indent-tabs-mode: nil; tab-width: 40 -*-
+# vim: set filetype=python:
+# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
+# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
+# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
+
+UNIFIED_SOURCES += [
+    'json_reader.cpp',
+    'json_value.cpp',
+    'json_writer.cpp'
+]
+
+LOCAL_INCLUDES += [
+    '/toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/include',
+]
+
+# This code is only used in the stand-alone minidump analyzer executable so
+# enabling exceptions should be fine.
+CXXFLAGS += [
+    '-fexceptions',
+]
+
+# Required to build with exceptions enabled
+DISABLE_STL_WRAPPING = True
+
+Library('jsoncpp')
+
+include('/toolkit/crashreporter/crashreporter.mozbuild')
--- a/toolkit/crashreporter/moz.build
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/moz.build
@@ -48,16 +48,21 @@ elif CONFIG['OS_ARCH'] == 'SunOS':
         'google-breakpad/src/client/solaris/handler',
         'google-breakpad/src/tools/solaris/dump_syms',
     ]
 
 DIRS += [
     'client',
 ]
 
+if CONFIG['NIGHTLY_BUILD']:
+    DIRS += [
+        'jsoncpp/src/lib_json',
+    ]
+
 if CONFIG['MOZ_CRASHREPORTER_INJECTOR']:
     DIRS += ['injector']
     UNIFIED_SOURCES += [
         'InjectCrashReporter.cpp',
         'LoadLibraryRemote.cpp',
     ]
 
 TEST_DIRS += ['test']
new file mode 100644
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolkit/crashreporter/update-jsoncpp.sh
@@ -0,0 +1,62 @@
+#!/bin/bash
+# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
+# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
+# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
+
+set -v -e -x
+
+# Usage: update-jsoncpp.sh <path to jsoncpp git clone> [rev, defaults to HEAD]
+
+if [ $# -lt 1 ]; then
+  echo "Usage: update-jsoncpp.sh /path/to/jsoncpp/src [rev]"
+  exit 1
+fi
+
+crashreporter_dir=$(realpath $(dirname $0))
+repo=${crashreporter_dir}/../..
+rm -rf ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp
+
+jsoncpp_repo=$1
+rev=${2-HEAD}
+(cd $jsoncpp_repo; git archive --prefix=toolkit/crashreporter/jsoncpp/ $rev) | (cd $repo; tar xf -)
+
+# remove some extraneous bits
+rm -rf \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/.clang-format \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/.gitattributes \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/.gitignore \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/.travis.yml \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/CMakeLists.txt \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/SConstruct \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/amalgamate.py \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/appveyor.yml \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/dev.makefile \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/devtools \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/doc \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/doxybuild.py \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/include/CMakeLists.txt \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/makefiles \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/makerelease.py \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/pkg-config \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/scons-tools \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/src/CMakeLists.txt \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/src/jsontestrunner \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/CMakeLists.txt \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/sconscript \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/src/lib_json/version.h.in \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/src/test_lib_json \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/test \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/travis.sh \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/version \
+  ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/version.in
+
+# restore our moz.build files
+hg -R ${repo} st -n | grep "moz\.build$" | xargs hg revert --no-backup
+
+# Record git rev
+(cd $jsoncpp_repo; git rev-parse $rev) > ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/GIT-INFO
+
+# remove any .orig files that snuck in
+find ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp -name "*.orig" -exec rm '{}' \;
+
+hg addremove ${crashreporter_dir}/jsoncpp/