2) In fact I was looking for something that could compile directly Vala code.
Of course, vala could, if you choose that, create set of things that are pure C.
(valac is used to compile directly...)
3) Happy to see that you do use debian... :-)
On 6/24/13, K. Y. wrote:
> It is first time I am posting here.
> I don't know exactly the rules here, so sorry if may hurt.
> I've got a simple question, tough: Did someone create something for vala ?
> if it is the case, could you please share the link here (Thanks) ?
apt-cache show vala-0.20-doc
Vala is a new programming language that aims to bring modern programming
language features to GNOME developers without imposing any additional
runtime requirements and without using a different ABI compared to
applications and libraries written in C.
So it appears to me that Vala is compatible with C based libs.
So, try plain "libyaml" or ie the C based YAML library. It should work
for you. Sounds like you might need to learn more about Vala too :)