Hi all, I'm working on some automated analysis of the clusterdump output using '-of = JSON'. While digging into the structure of the representation of the data I've noticed something that seems a little odd to me.
In order to access the data for a particular cluster, the 'cluster', 'n', 'c' & 'r' values are all in one continuous string. For example:
This is also the case for the "point":
This leads me to believe that the only way I can get to the individual data in these items is by string parsing. For JSON deserialization I would have expected to see something along the lines of:
Andrew Musselman replied:
Looks like a bug to me as well; I would have expected something similar to
what you were expecting except maybe something like this which puts the "c"
and "r" values in objects rather than arrays of single-element objects: