I’m excited to announce the release of jc version 1.22.0 available on github and pypi. jc now supports over 170 standard and streaming parsers. Thank you to the Open Source community for making this possible!
jc can be installed via pip or through several official OS package repositories, including Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, Arch Linux, NixOS Linux, Guix System Linux, FreeBSD, and macOS. For more information on how to get jc, see the project README.
The --meta-out option was introduced in jc version 1.21.0. This feature has been enhanced to ensure metadata is always output – even if there are no results. for example, when running arp on macOS without the required -a flag:
Many new /proc file parsers have been added and more will be released in future versions of jc. The easiest way to use these parsers is by invoking the --proc parser. The --proc parser (Documentation) will analyze the input data and select the correct /proc parser automatically:
The bash and zsh autocompletion scripts have been updated to allow autocompletion of all of the new /proc file parsers and the /proc file magic syntax.