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  • json/lib/json/add/exception.rb



Exception serialization/deserialization

Public Class Methods

json_create(object) click to toggle source

Deserializes JSON string by constructing new Exception object with message m and backtrace b serialized with to_json

               # File json/lib/json/add/exception.rb, line 10
def self.json_create(object)
  result = new(object['m'])
  result.set_backtrace object['b']

Public Instance Methods

as_json(*) click to toggle source

Returns a hash, that will be turned into a JSON object and represent this object.

               # File json/lib/json/add/exception.rb, line 18
def as_json(*)
    JSON.create_id =>,
    'm'            => message,
    'b'            => backtrace,
to_json(*args) click to toggle source

Stores class name (Exception) with message m and backtrace array b as JSON string

               # File json/lib/json/add/exception.rb, line 28
def to_json(*args)

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