A JSON encoding that can serialize and deserialize objects, including additional
objects otherwise not serializable by the standard JSON encoder
Recursively replace all instances of decodable types with their decoded values.
You'll want to have used
class_encode() in your encoder to get this
to work properly.
Recursively replace all instances of encodable types with their encoded
value. This is useful over the
default= functionality of the JSON
encoder because JSON will not call default for tuples, lists, ints, etc:
Cannot handle circular references.
Encode a class name and parameters into a serializable dict. You'll probably want to use this if you're going to set a custom decoder.
This stores the class names in a format inspired by the JSON-RPC spec at https://www.jsonrpc.org/specification_v1#a3.JSONClasshinting