parsing json in C# with json.net requires the json.net .dll?


I have a simple c# library (myLib.dll) that can be registered to
applications. It can be used as a plug-in. Now i would like to use the
json.net library from Newton King, but i do not want to have 2 .dll
that i have to send around.


Is there a way to use json.net
and somehow embed the .dll into myLib.dll that in the end i have only
my .dll?


Edit: to clerify: Is it allowed to merge the
jsonNET.dll with my own myLib.dll so that only myLib.dll will be
visible as a file?


ok it has the MIT License:
http://json.codeplex.com/license

I am currently facing a problem in parsing my Json Schema with
Json.NET. My schema is composed by an array, whose items can be of two
different types, as described in the example below:

/>"Operations": {
"type": "array",

"id": "Operations",
"required": true,

"items": {
"type": [
{

"type": "object",

"properties": {
"Sale_ID": {

"type": "number",

"id": "Sale_ID",
"required": false />
Programming Languages

I have a simple c# library (myLib.dll) that can be registered to
applications. It can be used as a plug-in. Now i would like to use the
json.net library from Newton King, but i do not want to have 2 .dll
that i have to send around.


Is there a way to use json.net
and somehow embed the .dll into myLib.dll that in the end i have only
my .dll?


Edit: to clerify: Is it allowed to merge the
jsonNET.dll with my own myLib.dll so that only myLib.dll will be
visible as a file?


ok it has the MIT License:
http://json.codeplex.com/license

C & C++ & C#

I'm parsing a generic JSON to a XML using net.sf.json. (I'm not
using POJO Obj in the conversion)


Json that I'm
converting:


{
"root": {

"accountId": "1000",
"Items": [
{

"cost": 0.1,
"debit": 0.1

},
{
"cost": 0.2,

"debit": 0.2
}
]

}
}

When dealing with vectors I'm
receiving:


<root>
<entry>

<accountId>1000</accountId>
Programming Languages

My JSON feed has nested objects like this:


{ />"id": 1765116,
"name": "StrozeR",
"birth":
"2009-08-12",
"avatar":
"http://static.erepublik.com/uploads/avatars/Citizens/2009/08/12/f19db99e9baddad73981d214a6e576ef_100x100.jpg", />"online": true,
"alive": true,
"ban": null,
"level":
61,
"experience": 183920,
"strength": 25779.42,
"rank":
{
"points": 133687587,
"level": 63,

"image":
"http://www.erepublik.com/images/modules/ranks/god_of_war_1.png", /> "name": "God of War*"
},
"elite_citizen": false, />"national_rank": 6,
"residence": {
"count
Programming Languages

I have some JSON Data which looks like this:


{

"response":{
"_token":"StringValue",
"code":"OK", /> "user":{
"userid":"2630944",

"firstname":"John",
"lastname":"Doe",

"reference":"999999999",
"guid":"StringValue",

"domainid":"99999",
"username":"jdoe",

"email":"jdoe@jdoe.edu",
"passwordquestion":"",

"flags":"0",
"lastlogindate":"2013-02-05T17:54:06.31Z", /> "creationdate":"2011-04-15T14:40:07.22Z",

"version":"3753",
"data":{
"aliasname":{

"$value":"John Doe"
Programming Languages
I'm able to parse simple properties using JSON.NET with this C#
code:Code C# WebClient c = new WebClient(); var data =
c.DownloadString("http://localhost/json1.json"); JObject o =
JObject.Parse(data); listBox1.Items.Add(o["name"]);
listBox1.Items.Add(o["email"][0]);
listBox1.Items.Add(o["email"][1]);
listBox1.Items.Add(o["website"]["blog"]);json1.json{ "name": "Fname
Lname", "email": [ "email@gmail.com",
"email@hotmail.com"
C & C++ & C#

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