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JSON-MultiValueOrdered (0.005) *****

I guess if you want to switch JSON implementation more easily with JSON, JSON::PP, and JSON::XS, it's better to use JSON::Tiny::Subclassable instead of JSON::Tiny, because the interface is more similar to JSON{::XS,::PP}, although it's not exactly the same. JT:Subclassable also supports pretty() which is often used when debugging. In short, I found JSON::Tiny::Subclassable is a better "Tiny JSON" module than JSON::Tiny.